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Education: Citing Sources

APA Style

You will likely be writing papers using American Psychological Association (APA) style, 6th edition.

APA

Print copies of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association are available in the Reference Collection and at the library's Information Desk. Call number: PN147 .A6 2010. 

Suggested Reading

NoodleBib

NoodleBib

NoodleBib is an online tool that prompts you for information about your source (title, author, etc.), then generates a citation in the style you specify (MLA, APA, or Chicago).

Osterlin Library has created three video tutorials that will get you started using NoodleBib: "Getting to NoodleBib," "Creating Citations with NoodleBib," and "Printing and Saving Citations in NoodleBib."  

Suggested Websites

Purdue OWL: APA Formatting and Style Guide: This detailed guide from Purdue covers all the basics of APA style.

APA Citation Style (from Cornell University Library): A simple overview of APA works cited pages and in-text citations.

Bedford/St. Martin's APA Style: Intuitive overview of APA citations and paper formatting.

The Basics of APA Style: A free tutorial from the APA.

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