APA Citation Guidelines

APA style is most commonly used in science class. Check with your teacher for specific requirements before writing your paper and refer to the information below or the librarians for more help.

NOTE: When conducting research, keep track of important source information including, title, author, date of publication, publisher/source etc. to make creating citations easier.

Useful Links

APA Style

APA Style: Student Paper Checklist

A quick guide to check when writing your paper. Includes information on in-text citations and reference list guidelines.

Free Tools

NoodleTools Express

Citation generation tool. Insert appropriate information about your source and receive a properly formatted citation.

Citation Manuals

APA Simplified: Your Concise Guide to the 7th Edition: Hatala, Mark: 9781933167541: Amazon.com: Books

APA Simplified: Your Concise Guide to the 7th Edition 

Quick guide including tips on research, writing, citations and references following APA Guidelines.

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QuickStudy | APA Guidelines Laminated Study Guide (9781423244097)

Quick Study Academic: APA Guidelines (7th Edition)

Pamphlet with tips for writing and following APA Guidelines for citations.

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Amazon.com: Publication Manual (OFFICIAL) 7th Edition of the American Psychological Association: 9781433832154: American Psychological Association: Books

Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (7th Edition)

A complete and in depth guide to writing papers that follow APA Guidelines.

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