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This APA Style Quick Guide has been designed to answer many of your common citation questions. Do you have a question that isn't listed here, but should be? Let us know! Looking for in depth information about citation styles? Please also check out our full length MLA and APA Tool Kits!
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The Purdue Owl: APA Style
The Purdue Owl is often considered the go-to source for information about citations. Here is their link to the APA Style guide, featuring information on how to set up your assignment in APA style, as well as how to complete citations for nearly any resource!
Official APA Website
Here is the link for the official APA website.
APA Style Blog
The APA Style Blog authors are made up of a team of APA Style experts who answer questions from scholars, students, and researchers. This blog often addresses formats or resources that are not covered(citing software or Twitter, for example). You can submit your own questions to the APA experts!
Citation Questions and Answers
Citation Creation Tools
Citation Machine is designed to help you generate your APA or MLA citations. You can select your citation style and the type of resources you need to cite. Remember to always double check generated citations, as there may be errors.
University of North Carolina Citation Builder
This is citation builder created by University of North Carolina, and can help generate citations in MLA or APA styles. You can select your citation style and the type of resources you need to cite. Remember to always double check generated citations, as there may be errors.