APA style resources
APA Style - How to format your paper
Using American Psychological Association (APA) Format (general guidelines from OWL - Online Writing Lab, Purdue -- Includes a sample paper in APA format)
APAstyle.org (Information about APA style from the American Psychological Association)
Publication manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th ed. (available in print version only) Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2020. Closed Reserve Collection, 1st Floor. Z 253 A512p 2020 (2-hour use in Library only)
"Quick citation" tools (APA style
CAUTION: Always double-check the results produced by these tools to be sure that they are correctly following the most up-to-date version on APA style.
To help create APA-style entries for your reference list:
Library homepage - Enter article title into search bar; Under "Send citation/URL to", click on "Citation Templates".
Google Scholar - Click on quotation marks (") link under article listing. (NOTE: APA references produced by Google Scholar do not included the doi (or URL), as required by the 7th edition of APA.)
PubMed - Click on article title; then click on blue "Cite" link on the right side of the page.
CINAHL - Click on article title; then click on "Cite" link in the right side of the page.
KnightCite - To cite sources not found in databases listed above, enter all relevant information in KnightCite to create an APA style reference.
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