Resources on the Internet
DocsCite - a citation generator for government documents (using either MLA or APA styles), created by Arizona State University.
How to Cite U.S. Government Documents in MLA, APA Citation Style, created by Cornell University Library.
Citing U.S. Government Publications - an excellent guide from Indiana University - Bloomington.
MLA Style - a guide to citing government information sources using MLA Style, created by the University of Nevada, Reno.
APA Style - a guide to citing government information sources using APA Style, courtesy of Washington and Lee University.
Basic Legal Citation - a guide to citing legal information (cases, constitutions, regulations, etc.), from the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School.
Resources in Gleeson Library | Geschke Center
The Complete Guide to Citing Government Information Resources: a Manual for Social Science & Business Research, shelved in Reference, J9.5 .G37 2002 (Library Use Only)
The Bluebook: a Uniform System of Citation, shelved in Reference, KF245 .B58 2000 (Library Use Only). The Bluebook is an in-depth guide to legal citation.
User's Guide to the Bluebook, shelved in Reference, KF245 .D853 1996 (Library Use Only)