Answered By: Amanda Kalish
Last Updated: Mar 13, 2019     Views: 0

MLA Style

Citing sources in MLA Style requires both a brief in-text citation and full details of each source on a final Works Cited page Every in-text citation points a reader to complete details of each source used in the Works Cited page. In-text citations in MLA style require you to give author and specific page number(s) when available.

Take a look at the MLA Style Handout and our MLA Citation Examples for in-text citation examples. 

 

APA Style

Citing sources in APA Style requires both a brief in-text citation and full details of each source on a final References page.

For direct quotations, you will include author, year, and pages for the in-text citation at the end of the sentence.  If you are paraphrasing though, you only include author and year for your in-text citation at the end of the sentence.

Take a look at the APA Style Handout and our APA Citation Examples for in-text citation examples.

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