Though many databases, article collections, and e-books, will automatically create citations for whichever article or chapter researchers are viewing, make sure to double-check that the citation is correct. There are also a number of websites and resources designed to help individuals automatically generate citations. Among the most popular are:
This is website where visitors may enter data about a source and automatically create a citation. This site helps students and professional researchers to properly credit the information that they use. Its primary goal is to make it so easy for student researchers to cite their information sources. MLA, APA, Turabian, and Chicago styles available.
This works cited generator automatically translates and formats the data you provide into the APA style. Unlike other works cited generators that are developed by universities and academic institutions, it is free for use and abides by the latest editions of APA Publication Manual.
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