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Writing: Subject Guide

Guide to writing and citing in your research project

Citing Resources

  • Purdue's OWL (Online Writing Lab) for APA, MLA, other formats (Purdue University's Online Writing Lab or OW
  • MLA Formats for music (songs, recordings, compositions, etc.) (Courtright Memorial Library, Ottbein University)
  • Knightcite is an online citation generator service provided by the Hekman Library of Calvin College; it's free but you register to use it. 
  • Citing Sources (for citing APA, MLA, Chicago, and Turabian style; from Duke University)
  • Society of Biblical Literature (citing sacred text)

Editing and Formatting

Each school has specific expectations for editing and formatting papers and bibliographies. Please see the following resources for further help in this   area.

      CAGS  - log into Blackboard and find their guide under "Student Resources."  

CUS Writing Center is on the 2nd floor of Leprino Hall on the Lakewood Campus.

Writing: Style, Grammar, Punctuation, etc