We have created some guides and collected additional web resources to help you with APA citation style.
These guides were created by St. Kate's Librarians and are designed to help you get started with the basics of APA. The Quick Guide shows the most common citations you may need to know, and the Formatting Papers and Annotated handouts will help you if you have to format your paper in APA style or create an annotated bibliography.
Learn better by watching someone show you how you'd cite something? Then you need our video series. Visit our APA Guide to find videos on how to create a reference, cite in the text, format an APA paper and more. Or try our Anatomy of a Citation tutorial to better understand the elements needed in APA citations.
Our ASL and Interpreting Department put together this series of videos in American Sign Language about writing and citing in APA style.
There are many great APA resources on the web. Here are a couple useful ones that may help you.
If you still have more questions about APA, you should look in the official manuals.
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