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Introduction to APA  

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About APA

Harrison College uses the 6th ed. Concise Rules of APA Style (2010). This writing style, from the American Psychological Association, creates a framework for formatting papers and citing reference sources that will be used for all classes at Harrison College.

The purpose of this online guide is to allow for a more consistent style format for our current faculty and student population. You will find information on the three components of APA - formatting, in-text citations, and the references page.

Select from the options below to find out more information about citing your sources.

 

Option 1: Click on the icon below to find information on how to cite your resource.

 

Book and eBook Journal Article
Magazine and Newspaper Websites and Online Resources
Legal Resources Video, Images, and Music
 

Option 2: Not sure what resource you have? Use the Decision Tree here.

Option 3: Still need additional information? Use these resources.

  • EasyBib
    Using the information on your resource it helps you to create a citation in APA.
  • KnightCite
    Select from a variety of resource types to help you form your citation.
  • Citation Machine
    Helps you to cite a variety of resources and a guide that helps you to understand what source to cite.

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