These tools let you chose your citation style and source type, then you enter the information and they create a formatted citation for you. They can be very handy, but be sure to check your results for errors! Automation is not perfect!
Enter a URL, DOI, or title to automatically generate a citation. If you have more than one article, it creates a bibliography list for you. Pick your citation style - MLA (8th), APA (7th), Chicago, Turabian, and thousands more styles available.
Type your citation information and this site will display a citation formatted according to APA, MLA, Chicago, or Turabian format. Very useful--but not perfect! Check your results!. Access to this site is sometimes very slow or problematic.
Create citations and even save them in a Word or other file to complete your bibliography later! The Citation Guide is a visual guide to finding the information you need for your citations and bibliography.
If you like "Citation Machine," give this site a try! Choose your style (MLA, APA, or Chicago), select your source type, enter the information, and let it produce your citation. Be sure to check it for errors! Automation is not perfect!
EndNote helps you manage your citations. Using EndNote you can: find, import, and collect citations; organize, store, and share citations; and create bibliographies or works cited and cite references while you write.