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How do I cite sources in my research paper?

Your professor will typically recommend that you use the APA, MLA, Turabian, ISAT or another style manual when citing articles and books for your research papers.

Use CheckCite to help you cite your sources in papers, speeches and PowerPoint presentations. CheckCite offers samples and tips for the most common citations in a variety of styles. You'll find help if you are citing books, articles, websites, images, media or a person.

Also, find even more help through our guide, Cite Your Sources.

This page last reviewed by Jenne Klotz on 11/27/2012.

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