Manual Entry 

How to Use Cite My Title

Our free citation tool lets you cite multiple sources including websites, books, journals, and more. You can create bibliographies, work cited, and in-line citations using our citation tool.

Creating Citations

  1. Select the format/style you want. See “Supported Style Formats” below.
  2. Choose the source type tab.
  3. For auto-entry:
    1. Enter what you want to search for in the text box (or URL for a website).
    2. Click “Go” or press “Enter”.
    3. If given options about what to cite, select the item that most closely matches your query by clicking “Cite This”. To see more details, click “View”.
  4. For manual entry:
    1. Click the “Manual Entry” button below the auto-entry search bar.
    2. Enter your citation information manually.
  5. Update or add any information in the manual entry mode.
  6. Click “Create Citation” to have the citation added to the bibliography.

Editing Citations

  1. Click the first (pencil) button on a citation to edit.
  2. Update the information at the top.
  3. Click “Update Citation” to update the citation information.

Exporting Citations

  • Downloading: Click “Download

Supported Style Formats

Our tool currently supports the following common citation formats:

  • MLA 9: The Modern Language Association (MLA) style format is primarily used by the humanities including English, art history, philosophy, music, religion, language, linguistics, etc.
  • APA 7: The 7th edition of the American Psychological Association (APA) style is used primarily by social sciences, education, and engineering.
  • Harvard: The Harvard style format is a referencing style that uses the author name and year of publication within the text. It draws upon the sixth edition of the ‘Style Manual for Authors Editors and Printers’.
  • Chicago (FN): Use Chicago full note citations, also known as Chicago Notes & Bibliography, to utilizes footnotes and endnotes to link text to sources. This format is most commonly used by history or the humanities.
  • Chicago (AD): Use Chicago Author-Date citations where parenthetical in-text citations and a references or works cited list is put at the end. This format is most commonly used by physical, natural, or social sciences.

We also support Turabian, Vancouver, Bibtex, and AMA (American Medical Association).