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Guidelines for creating APA citations for articles, books, encyclopedia articles, internet sources, and more. From the 6th edition of the APA Manual.
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Plagiarism

Not citing your resources is called plagiarism.  To learn more about plagiarism, take the Library tutorial Academic Integrity & Avoiding Plagiarism.

 

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The APA Citation Style is often used for classes in the sciences and health fields. The MLA Citation Style is the other common format, usually used in the humanities. See the MLA citations guide for more information.

Use the blue tabs above to see APA citation formats for different kinds of sources, as well as for creating citations in the text of your paper. These formats are from the APA Publication Manual 6th edition.

DOI numbers are now required for APA citation if they are available.  For more information on how to find a DOI number, follow link below for an APA tutorial: 

How Do I find a DOI?

 

 

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Format Your APA Paper

This tutorial, from the American Psychological Association, focuses on formatting a research paper in the APA style.

Need Help?

See the APA Frequently Asked Questions page.

For help finding articles & other sources, go to your campus Library.

For help with writing papers and creating citations, go to your campus Writing Center:

Citation Tools

Use a citation tool to create citations and bibliographies in various formats, including MLA and APA.

Always check the citation to make sure it is accurate.

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