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Attention Researchers: ACS, ASA, CSE, IEEE, AAA, and AIP on BibMe!

Are you writing a research paper that requires a lesser known citation style?  BibMe supports many CSL styles that you may not have known about.

ACS – American Chemical Society

The American Chemical Society (ACS) style is most commonly used for research papers within the field of chemistry.  BibMe provides both the in-text citation and the reference list citation for ACS style.  For a full guide, check out the Williams College Libraries.  To generate an ACS citation quickly and easily, try the BibMe ACS generator.

ASA (American Sociological Association)

Created by the American Sociological Association, ASA is the format of choice for many research papers within the study of sociology.  For a full reference guide on ASA styling, you can consult the Trinity University guide.  To generate an ACS citation quickly and easily, try the BibMe ASA generator.

CSE – Council of Science Editors

CSE style is also known as the Council of Biology Editors (CBE) Style.  There are three variations (Read more about that on the University of Wisconsin CSE Documentation page).  BibMe provides an extremely easy to use Citation-Name style CSE generator.

IEEE – Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is a professional association that created the IEEE citation style for various sources on Engineering.  Use the IEEE citation generator along with the official guide.

AAA – American Anthropological Association

The American Anthropological Association (AAA) uses a variation of the Chicago Style.  For a full reference guide, use the AAA website.  To quickly generate an AAA citation, use BibMe’s AAA generator.

American Institute of Physics

The American Institute of Physics (AIP) published its first style manual in 1951.  The format has been prevalent among Physics journals ever since.  Read the style manual for publishers on the AIP Website, or check out the BibMe AIP Generator.    
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Create a Citation Using a "Machine" or "Generator"



A number of resources are available either for free or for a membership that will help you to create citations for your bibliography. 

Tips for Selecting an Online Citation Generator

Online citations generators remove some of the effort involved in creating accurate citations.  However, citation generators are not always up-to-date with current style guide standards.

1.  You should "test" the generator before using it and compare the citation it provides to you with the guidelines available on the library's Citing Sources at the End of a Paper page.

2.  You should never have to pay for this type of service. Below you will find a number of links to free citation creation resources.

3.  Remember that human error is still a barrier to accuracy.  Be sure that you...

(a) select the correct citation style and use this style consistently when creating citations;
(b) select the correct type of item that you wish to cite;
(c) complete the citation creation forms as fully as possible; and
(d) when you copy the citation in your bibliography or works cited, be sure to organize your citations alphabetically.
 

Free Citation Generators Online

KnightCite Citation Service: Calvin College(MLA, APA, and Chicago Styles)

Citation Builder: North Carolina State University (MLA, APA, and CSE Styles)

Bedford Bibliographer (MLA, APA, CSE, and Chicago Styles)

Son of Citation Machine (MLA, APA, Chicago, and Turabian Styles)  

Other Resources

EasyBib MLA Citation Maker

This resource is the most up-to-date in terms of current style guidelines.  This resource also creates citation in various other styles. However, only the MLA citation maker is free.

Use RefWorks

RefWorks is the library online bibliographic management system that allows you to save information about articles, books, and more.  You can organize these references and then create bibliographies and in-text citations within seconds.
See also RefWorks Tutorials | RefWorks Help  


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