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APA: Resources

References

Website article (corporate author). If there is no author, start with the title; date is also in the 2nd position.
Website Article APA reference

 

Journal Article (2 authors)
Journal Article APA reference

 

Book (1 author)
APA Book 1 author

More examples available.

APA In-Text Citations

Plagiarism in a nutshell

Quoting (copying word for word) is acknowledging other people’s ideas & words.

  • Acknowledge the author
  • Use quotation marks and p. #
  • Include source in the reference list

Paraphrasing is acknowledging other people’s ideas.

  • Acknowledge the author
  • Include source in the reference list
  • Don't substitute with synonyms or rearrange the original sentence

When Do I Need to Cite? (2-min video).

Exercise  #1, #2, #3, #4, #5

APA Books

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