Scholarly Article Citation
1. Article Citation
Author, F. M. (Year). Article title: Sentence capitalization. Journal Title, volume #(issue #), inclusive page numbers. Retrieved from Database Name
Smith, H., & Wesson, D.B. (1852). Volcanic rifles for the dangerous frontier. The Journal of Guns, Prairies, and Frontiers, 2(8), 35-48. Retrieved from JSTOR
2. In-text Citation
(Author's Last Name, Year, p. #)
Ex. (Smith & Wesson, 1852, p.45)
3. Website Citation
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of document. Retrieved from http://web address
Jones, J. (2020, October 1). Building Your Resume-How to Plan Ahead While Still in School. Retrieved from https://www.ensign.edu/building-your-resume-how-to-plan-ahead-while-still-in-school
4. YouTube Video
Author, A. A. [Screen name]. (year, month day). Tittle of video. [video file]. Retrieved from http:// xxxxx
Browning, E. B. [ebbpoemsrock61]. (2016, September 9). Let me count the ways to make great resumes. [Video file]. Retrieves from http://www.youtube.com/6nyGCbxD848
How do you cite an interview?
Never fear. Interviews DO NOT get an entry in the reference page. Only in-text.
The Purdue O.W.L. (Online Writing Lab) is one of the best APA Style Guides online. Start here to find out how to correctly cite your resource!
Remember: Make sure to always double check everything for accuracy since there can be errors!