Free online citation maker. Supports MLA, APA, Chicago, or Turabian.
Select your information source, then input the data into the fields. Click "Make Citation," then choose from MLA, APA, or CBE/CSE style.
Select MLA, APA, or Chicago style; input the information requested; click submit; then copy and paste both the parenthetical citation and the entry for the Works Cited page.
EasyBib: the free automatic bibliography composer
This free version handles MLA citation style. A subscription version handles APA and Chicago styles.
This set of lessons "examines the creative and commercial value of musical sampling, including the related debates over artistic expression, copyright law, and money." It does not teach citation, but it may help students understand the importance of giving credit where credit is due. Click on "Engagement Resources" for classroom materials.
This resource builds citation entries in MLA, APA, or Chicago format.
Online Citation Wizard
Select the style you need: APA, CSE, and MLA. This site is part of the IMSA 21st Century Information Fluency Project.
Enter the ISBN of your book, indicate which citation style you're using (even includes Wikipedia style!), and click. The site produces the citation for you. Books only.
Research and Documentation Online
Guides to citing electronic sources, including MLA, APA, Chicago, CSE, and other styles.