Crouse recommends citation styles slightly different from the Chicago Manual of Style. Includes forms of citations for CD-ROMs and dial-up information services.
Crouse is a Professor in the Department of History, the University of Memphis.
Useful for a few citations. Create a citation to a web site, book, newspaper article. MLA citation style is free. Other styles (APA, Chicago) reguire a paid subscription. Let's you save your citations as Word document or Google Document, but you have to sign into your Google, Facebook, Yahoo account via easybib's web site which could cause problems later. From ImagineEasy Solutions. http://www.easybib.com/
Revised from the ISBD(CF): International Standard Bibliographic Description
for Computer Files. Recommended by the ISBD(CF) Review Group. Standards created
by the international library community for e-journals, web sites, cd-roms,
Licensed software which enables easy notetaking and creation of citations in the MLA or APA style. NoodleBib Express allows you to make two free citations. Founded by Damon and Debbie
Abilock is editor of Knowledge Quest, the print and online journal of the American Association of School Librarians and the former Director of Library and Technology
at The Nueva School (San Francisco Bay area). http://www.noodletools.com/
Dr. Melvin E. Page, co-moderator of the history discussion list, H-Africa,
prepared a Brief Citation Guide for Internet Sources in History and the Humanities.