The Writing Lab by the English Department at Purdue University. One of the best online resources for academic writing. Comprehensive coverage. Topics include: how to write research paper; how to paraphrase, quote, and cite; plagiarism and copyrights. http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/
Do you use Microsoft Word? Then try the MS Word References tool to help you create bibliographies and cite your sources!
The tutorials below will show you how to use the Microsoft Word References tool to cite selected sources, including commonly used business sources such as company annual reports.
Remember: It is your responsibility to make sure you are using the citing style correctly.
Bibliographic citations about millions of published material. Formatted in Chicago, MLA, Turabian, and others. Free registration. You can create your own bibliography formatted in the style of your choice. http://www.worldcat.org/
EndNoteWeb is a free, web-based program that stores and organizes citations, and enables you to import citations directly into a Word document: https://www.myendnoteweb.com/EndNoteWeb.html
Cite As You Write is a Microsoft Word 2007 plug-in that will integrate EndNote Web citations into Word documents. See "Download Installers" under the Options tab.