This section demonstrate how to generate citations, copy and paste them into your document for immediate use, without using a citation manager. You should always check all citation elements for missing or erroneous parts.
WorldCat is providing this service (use the Cite this Item link once inside WordCat). Please note that not all items are included in this service.
Website Services for Generating Citations (mostly free)
KnightCite: Generates citations in the following styles: MLA (7th ed.), APA (6th ed.), and Chicago (16th ed.). Covers many source types. The service is provided by the Hekman Library of Calvin College.
EasyBib: Citations are generated in MLA style only (adidtional citation styles are available for paying account holders). Covers a long list of source types. Registared users can save their bibliogrpahies online.
BibMe: Generates citations in the following styles: MLA, APA, Chicago, and Turabian. Covers a limited number of source types. Users must register for a free account.
Son of Citation Machine: Generates citations in the following styles: MLA, APA, Chicago, and Turabian. Covers a limited number of source types.
Make Citation: Generates citations in the following styles: MLA, APA, Chicago, Turabian, IEEE, ASAS, SSF, Harvard, and Vancouver, however covers a very limited number of source types.
Tweet2Cite: A free utility that can take the URL of any tweet and generate citations in either MLA or APA format.
These citation generators are not integrated with ASU Library's article databases or catalog.