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APA Citations

Here is how to cite sources using APA [sixth edition, 2010]

What is APA?

APA (or American Psychological Association) style is used predominantly in the fields of psychology, education, social work, nursing, business, management, and social sciences for formatting papers and citing sources. This guide provides basic rules for citing different types of sources in APA style [sixth edition] as well as providing links to other guides and resources about using APA.

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APA Guide to Electronic References

APA Electronic References

APA Style Guide to Electronic References.
6th ed.
American Psychological Association, 2012.
This guide offers up-to-date information on formatting electronic references in APA Style, including examples for source types like online journal articles, supplemental data sets, measurement instruments, books, videos, apps, websites, podcasts, blog posts, and social media.
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Citation Building Tools

These online resources will actually help you build citations - but be careful using them and double-check your work.

Tutorials and Guides

APA Handouts - Created by the DCCC Librarians