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Learn how to do citations in APA style.
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Books on APA Style

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Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association
This is the official manual for APA style. It's behind the service desk on the 3rd floor, so ask for it at the circulation desk.

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Concise Rules of APA Style - American Psychological Association
Call Number: BF 76.7 .C66 2010

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APA the Easy Way - Houghton, Peggy M.
Call Number: BF 76.7 .H68 2009

APA Formatting and Style Guide from OWL

 

Videos

APA Links

  • APA Guide
    The official website for The American Psychological Association (APA).
  • How to Write a Research Paper in APA
    An extensive overview of the steps and details that go in to producing an APA style research paper.
  • APA Style FAQ
    Have a question about APA citation? Try the frequently asked question section from APA style to find the answer.
  • APA Style Tutorial
    APA produced a quick tutorial about styling an APA formatted research paper.

Free Citation Generators

Here are some free citation generators. Make sure to always double check everything for accuracy since there can be errors.

  • Bib Me
    BibMe is a free citation generator developed at Carnegie Mellon University that produces citations and bibliographies in APA, MLA, Chicago and Turabian styles. It has some features not found in other free citation generators, such as autofill and the ability to switch between citation styles.
  • Citation Machine
    Citation Machine is a free site that automatically produces MLA, APA, Turabian or Chicago style citations for a variety of sources (but not bibliographies). Users can copy and paste citations into Word. It was developed by David Warlick, an educator.
  • Citavi
    Free full-featured version of Citavi for up to 100 references. Search for, manage, organize and cite sources.
  • DocsCite
    Docscite is a free site that automatically produces MLA or APA style citations for government documents. DocsCite was developed at, and is provided by, Arizona State University Libraries.
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