If you use a citation management tool, be sure to review your results carefully. You are ultimately responsible for the accuracy of the citations in your paper. If in doubt, refer to the appropriate style manual for definitive information.
This downloadable APA handout is based on the citation rules outlined in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, available at BF 76.7 .P83 2020 at the first-floor Reference Desk. Source: UWSP Libraries
Frequently Asked Questions about APA Style clarify common areas of confusion. Source: APA
Provides helpful examples of how to cite sources in a variety of styles. Source: EasyBib Scholar Space
This comprehensive site contains overviews of different citation styles, especially APA and MLA. Source: Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)
Provides links to a number of style guides, including tips on quoting and paraphrasing sources. Source: UW-Madison's Writing Center
A resource for how to cite sources using APA, Chicago Style, CSE, MLA, and Turabian. Source: Duke University
Contains a useful guide that encompasses a variety of social media citations. Source: teachbytes
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