Answered By: Carolyn F. Norman Last Updated: Jul 27, 2018 Views: 510
The library has a Citation Resource Research Guide with information on the APA, MLA, and Chicago citation style formats. The guide also has information about citation builders & managers, writing resources, and avoiding plagiarism.
For questions of a more complex nature, schedule an appointment with the Writing Center .
If the Writing Center is unavailable another resource to consult is OWL at Purdue, which has guidance and examples for APA-style citations and formatting.
Getting Started With APA Style
Learn the basics of APA Style, including how to format a manuscript, understand the form and function of common manuscript parts, organize and express your thoughts clearly and precisely, employ the mechanics of style, use graphic elements effectively, credit sources and acknowledge the contributions of others, and construct a comprehensive and reliable reference list.
APA Style CENTRAL
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