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Organization Development: Evaluating & Citing Sources

Created for researching organization development and related topics.

Links to MLA, APA and other Citation Styles

Many sources now have a citing link. Be sure to check these for accuracy and completeness.

Please see the Citation Styles Guide web page for links to tips about correct citing and examples of how to cite your sources in several different citation styles .

 Go directly to the APA or MLA guide by clicking on the linked images below.

Or choose a "citation generator" that does a lot of the work for you by clicking on the links immediately below. Always check to make sure the information is complete and no formatting is changed when you paste a citation into your document.

  • KnightCite Citation Maker (Heckman Library, Calvin College)
    Supports MLA, APA, and Chicago styles for a wide variety of print and electronic resources.
  • NoodleBib Express
    This free version of NoobleBib supports APA or MLA styles. It will prompt you with a series of questions to help you generate the appropriate citation.