Citation Wizard

Welcome to the Citation Wizard, a free online utility designed to automatically generate citations according to MLA style speficiations. Citing a work is simple: select the medium that best describes what you want to cite, fill out the form, and click on the "view citation" button. Your citation will appear instantly, saving you time and eliminating the hassle of consulting style manuals. Citation Wizard also allows you to create a bibliography from scratch. This feature makes it possible to begin a document, add entries, and save the finished document to your computer.

If you require assistance, consult the FAQ or contact us via the e-mail address at the bottom of this page.


Select a medium to cite:

Books Electronic Periodical Other

Books | Electronic | Periodicals | Other

Create a bibliography

Create document Preview document Save document
To reopen a closed document, click here.

Citation Wizard can generate your bibliography on our server.

Creating a bibliography is simple:
  1. Click on the Create New Document button above.
  2. Generate a citation, preview it, then click Add to document. Repeat this step until your bibliography is complete.
  3. Review and remove unwanted entries by clicking on the View/edit Entries button.
  4. Save the completed bibliography to your computer by clicking on the Save Document button. Bibliographies can be saved as Rich Text Documents (.rtf - recognized by most word processors) or as Citation Wizard files (.cw). The latter can only be used with the Citation Wizard LE Windows application, availble for free here.
Note: Since the Citation Wizard depends on cookies to keep track of open documents, we highly recommend that you enable cookies in your browser if you want to utilize the bibliography creation feature.

Citation Wizard is available as a free Windows Application. Click here to download Citation Wizard LE.

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Home | Books | Electronic | Periodicals | Other

Created by: James J. Sarkis
Last updated: 2/26/2014