When in doubt, ask your instructor which citation style to use for your paper or project. For help, link to research guides with information and resources on selected styles:
Want to build your own database of references and research as you collect them? Check out the Mendeley Research Guide
Whether you are an experienced academic writer or this is your first paper, Webster's Writing Center is here to help. Visit their Writing Support page to find help with all kinds of project, including "reports; résumés and cover letters; admission essays and personal statements; summaries, critical analyses, and literature reviews; research and term papers; theses and dissertations; and more." Writing Center coaches are available at all stages of the writing process: assignment discussion, brainstorming, outlining, thesis creation and development, argumentation, draft revision, and citation.
From this page you may:
The purpose of the award is to encourage and recognize excellence in student writing and to help foster a culture of writing at Webster University.
Eligibility: The competition is open to students who were first-semester freshmen in the fall term. Submissions may be in any genre, providing that they are a minimum of 500 words long, were written in the English language, and were written for a class taught by a full-time or adjunct Webster University instructor during the fall semester. Submissions for either 8-week or 16-week courses are eligible.
Contact Webster's Reeg Academic Resource Center for submission guidelines and deadlines (usually in the spring term).