Answered By: Cathy Goodwin Last Updated: May 16, 2017 Views: 42
Please visit the library's citation Research Guides (MLA, APA, or Chicago) to view sample citations for books, eBooks, articles, websites and more. You can also find citation examples on other academic websites, such as Purdue University's OWL (Online Writing Lab).
EBooks available through the library usually have a citation for the eBook. Hover over the toolbar icons at the top of the open eBook to get a citation for the eBook. Note that these citations are generated by the eBook vendor and may not be formatted correctly, so check a reliable source (above) to check the citation.
If you would like help formatting your citations, please check out NoodleTools for assistance in generating citations and creating Works Cited pages. For additional assistance, contact the LRC at 843-525-8304.