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Communication Studies - Dr. Yang: Citing in APA

A library orientation guide.

APA Style

RESOURCES:

1) UTEP's University Writing Center

2) Please follow this link to another UTEP library guide that's all about APA citation style.

3) APA Quick Citation Guide

Source: Penn State University

4) APA Style

Source: The OWL, Purdue University Online Writing Lab. 

5) How to Cite Something You Found on a Website in APA Style

Source: Chelsea Lee, APA.org

6) How to Cite Something You Found on a Website in APA Style: What to Do When Information Is Missing

Source: APA.org

7) Quick Answers—References

Source: APA.org

8) Three Ways to Cite Social Media

Source: Chelsea Lee, APA.org

9) Citing Ted Talks.

Source: Timothy McAdoo

10) Citing a blog

Source: Timothy McAdoo

Citing in APA

* Please note: Your reference list must be double-spaced and entries should include a hanging indent. (See page 180 of manual).

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