Cite It In - How to Add References Correctly

Who Are Cite It In?

Cite It In are a non-profit organisation that aims to help students at all academic levels correctly cite their research sources in their essays and accompanying bibliographies, thus ensuring that all students get the highest marks they can!

Who Do Cite It In Help?

Every day, Cite It In help students just like we. We are a service used by English speaking students who are currently studying in high school, college or university.

To take advantage of our free citation service, simply enter your sources and we’ll do the rest. You don’t even need to register!

Which Style of Citations Can You Help with?

We can help with citations using the APA style citation system, the MLA style citation system and the Chicago style citation system. You simply select which citation system you are using when you enter your source details, and your bibliography, in text citations and quotes are instantly generated to match your requirements.

Which Research Sources Can I Enter?

We can make you citations for any research material you have used. You can enter details of books both on and offline, academic journals, reports, video and documentaries, magazines and newspapers both on and offline, and websites.

If you have used a source that isn’t listed, we can still help. Simply manually enter the details of the source.

Do You Allow for The Guidelines Changing?

Yes. We know only too well how the goalposts move regularly with regard to what to include in your citations. Our software is constantly updated to reflect these changes, so you can rest assured that you’re getting the most up to date citations.

Will My Professor Be Satisfied with Your Citations?

Yes. We want you to do well! Our software is developed by a team of top web designers for ease of use coupled with university professionals to ensure that the academia is on point.

Is It Really Free?

It really is – there are no hidden costs associated with downloading your bibliography. And you can add as many sources as you need to – all for free! You’re welcome.

If you have a question that isn’t featured here, please do feel free to contact us – we’re always happy to help!