Use the source drop down menu in the navigation bar at the top of this page.
MARGen classic is still available, but no-longer supported.
Here is a selected list of citation generators:
- Citation Machine
- Creates citations and bibliographic references for MLA, APA, Turabian, and Chicago styles;
- Look up options for APA and MLA styles.
Citation generators are tools that automatically create citations for your research materials.
Citation software can go by many names: citation managers, citation generators, reference management software, bibliographic management tools, etc. While the name may vary, they do have some common elements including the main function of collecting and organizing citations. Most of these software packages also allow for the creation of works cited or references lists in a variety of formats and styles. The ability to integrate with word processing software is a key feature of many of the more popular citation software.
Do you use the Law Journal Library regularly to access articles? The Cite button provides a variety of citation formats for individual journal articles, including the McGill Guide and OSCOLA. Users also have the ability to export journal citations to Refworks, to Endnote or as a Text File.
Read the HeinOnline Blog NEW Citation Format: McGill Guide! to find out more about how to automatically generate citations to law journal articles.
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All the IEEE style rules are applied automatically to the citations and bibliography at the click of a button.
Need a different citation style? Choose from more than 7000 styles including APA, MLA, Chicago, Turabian, Harvard, Bluebook or Vancouver.
We also have journal specific styles, like Nature and Science.
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