College Writing II

Reference Sources: General | Subject-specific (Dewey)

Type of Source

APA 6th ed. (2009)

MLA 7th ed. (2009)

How to Find

Print Book Example* Example** Use Library Catalog
Service = CARLI (Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois)

Benner Library's Online Catalog.
Library Catalog
, I-Share
Service = CARLI (Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois)

80 Academic libraries in Illinois. Request books using the barcode number on your student ID.
I-Share
, or WorldCat
Service = OCLC (305)

OCLC catalog of books and other materials that libraries own worldwide. Contains all the records cataloged by OCLC member libraries. Offers millions of bibliographic records, including records representing 400 languages.
WorldCat
Print Article Example* Example** Article Databases
Online Book or e-books Example* Example** Search eBook collections
Online Article Example* Example** Use article databases
Website Example* Example** Use search engines such as Google, Bing
U.S. Government Document. Note: Each type of government document has a somewhat different citation style. Consider using DocCite to help you with APA and MLA style. Select the type of document with the drop-down menu. Alert: as of July 2009, DocCite used the older versions of APA & MLA style. USA.gov and FDsys.

*Examples provided by: Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL). (22 July. 2009).
APA Formatting and Style Guide. Retrieved July 29, 2009, from http://owl.english.purdue.edu

**Examples provided by: The Writing Lab and OWL at Purdue The Purdue OWL. Purdue University. Web. July 29, 2009


This page was created by Jasmine Cieszynski, Instructional Services Librarian. Last updated August 16, 2013.