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Citation Management Software
This guide will assist you in choosing the citation manager software that best fits your needs.
Guides to Citing Government Information
APA Style Guide 7th Edition: Citing Government Documents
Examples for a variety of different types of government publications, including bills, legislation, hearings, Congressional Record, state legislation, European Union directives and proposals, court rules, and more. Provided by Boston College Libraries
Citing Government Information Sources Using MLA Style
Citation examples formatted for a "Works Cited" list. A variety of types of sources are included. Created by librarians at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Guide: Citing U.S. Government Publications
University of Indiana Libraries provide this guide that addresses a wide range of publication types, e.g. print and non-print (website, microformat), hearings, public laws, census publications, etc.
Citation Guide: Historical Legislative Materials
Provided by American Memory, Library of Congress.