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Citing Sources  

How to cite print and electronic sources using APA or MLA style.
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Welcome to the Bellevue University guide for Citing Sources.  This guide provides information regarding APA and MLA sources in print and electronic formats and NoodleTools.

If you have research questions, the Bellevue University reference staff is available for assistance.

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