You'll find many references in the course of your research. Make sure you keep track of what you find! The library offers some great tools to help.
Make absolutely sure you know your citation types, such as:
Baum, L. Frank, and W. W. Denslow. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Chicago: G.M. Hill Co, 1900.
Updike, J. "A CRITIC AT LARGE The Secret Life of the Wizard of Oz." The New Yorker. (2000): 84-88.
Hatch, Kristen, "Maiden voyage: from Edwardian girl to millennial woman in Titanic" in Gateward, Frances K., and Murray Pomerance, eds. Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice: Cinemas of Girlhood. Contemporary film and television series. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2002.
Answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about MLA citation style.
MLA Style (MLA's web site)
Provides some FAQ's; however, this site does not provide the full style manual online.
MLA Style Manual. (Olin Reference PN147 .G444 2008)
MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (8th ed.)
Olin LB2369 .G53 2016 (located at the Reference Desk)
Purdue's OWL (Online Writing Lab) MLA Formatting and Style Guide
Examples for how to cite an image using the MLA Style, from the Colgate University Visual Resources Library.
The Quick Guide answers some of the most frequently-asked questions about the Chicago citation style.
The Chicago Manual of Style (16th ed.)
Olin Library Ref Z253 .M69 2010 (located at the Olin Reference Desk)
The Purdue Online Writing Lab gives excellent examples (for footnotes/endnotes and bibliographies) on how to cite using the Chicago citation style: books, periodicals, web sources, film & television, and much more.
Examples for how to cite an image using the Chicago Style, from the Colgate University Visual Resources Library
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. 6th ed. Washington: APA, 2010
Olin Ref BF 76.7 .P83 2010
The authoritative style manual for anyone writing in the field of psychology. Its chapters discuss the content and organization of a manuscript, writing style, the American Psychological Association style, and typing, mailing and proofreading.
Online APA citation help is available in the Cornell University Library web site.
Always credit your sources! By properly citing the sources you use in your research projects you are both identifying the resources that you used to complete your work and you are formally acknowledging the ideas of the authors or creators of those resources.
Please read the Cornell University Code of Academic Integrity.
Image: David Falconer. "When the Major Home Oil Dealer Ran Out of Fuel a Special Board Was Activated..." 1973. U.S. National Archives on Flickr Commons.
You'll get plenty of help using Zotero in class so that you can keep track of the many references in the course of your research. If you have questions about Zotero in the future: