The following sites will help you with your referencing needs:
: will assist you with formatting proper citations, provide grammar suggestions and detect unintentional
: learn how to properly cite your sources using APA, MLA, or Chicago style citations.
Online Citation Tools
If you'd like to use an online citation tool, click on the image below:
APA Citation Information via Humber College Youtube Channel
Click on the image below to access the video demonstrating how to create a properly formatted APA in-text citation for various souces of information.
Click here for a short video on how to create an APA Reference Page
Click on the PDF to see how to properly format the title page using APA formatting:
Never Take Information From a Stranger: Is a Website Reliable?
To ascertain whether a site is trustworthy, ask yourself the following questions:
Who wrote the site? Look for an ABOUT page. If there is no author, be suspicious.
Try googling the author's name. See what comes up. What organizations is the author affiliated with?
Who published the site? Use www.whois.sc
Don't ignore the suffix
.edu .com . mil .gov .org
What is the main purpose of the site?
1. Sell a product
3. General Information
How does it all add up?
MLA Formatting- In-Text Citations for Shakespeare