Style manuals have all the details for doing your whole paper and how to cite unusual resources--how to make a title page, how to caption a picture, how to cite a map, etc.
Be sure to check with your professor, advisor, or editor before using a particular style.
Style Manuals give you examples for all sorts of traditional information sources, from books and journals to maps and manuscripts. But what about unusual types of resources? (And what if you don't have the manual handy?)
Need to cite something unusual or in an unusual style? Search for the style and the resource type and look for a library or writing guide. Add the style name and (if needed) the resource type (map, video, etc.) to the search box below.