An overview of tips, tools, and resources for all your citation needs
There are a bewildering number of citation styles, some used widely across disciplines and some more narrowly focused on one particular field, association, or publication. The ones listed here are sometimes used by certain UW departments or fields.
Not a citation guide, but a writing guide for journalists from the Associated Press. Provides "guidelines for spelling, language, punctuation, usage and journalistic style." Print editions are located in several libraries.
Tips on formatting references using the 6th edition of the official style of the American Sociological Association. See also this pdf handout from University of Connecticut. Print edition is located at Odegaard Library. ASA Style is based upon Chicago Author-Date.
The Linguistics Society of America's Unified Style Sheet for Linguistics Journals (2003). See also the specific Language Style Sheet used in that journal. This style is very similar to Chicago Author-Date.
Quick citation guidelines from The ACS Guide to Scholarly Communication, the official guide from the American Chemical Society. The print edition of the ACS Style Guide is located in several UW libraries. (ACS uses both author-date and numbered referencing systems).
PDF version of the style guide for journals published by the American Mathematical Society, which is primarily concerned with typesetting mathematical writing but does refer to a numbered sequence citation format [section 10.3]