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APA Assistant

Try out this APA Assistant, developed by Miranda Orvis Kispert at Weber State University in Ogden, UT.  It's a great tool to use to help  you cite resources.  

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PLEASE NOTE!  Librarians make mistakes too! We do our very best to make the APA guide 100% accurate, but you are responsible for your work. Please check your references against the APA manual.

Use this guide to find information about citing books, periodicals, newspapers, in text citations and electronic material.  The topics covered in this guide refer to the 6th edition of the APA Publication Manual. There are additional types of sources that you might be interested in citing, such as personal interviews and correspondence. For those sources we recommend that you refer to the APA Publication Manual. For the most up to date information, you can also refer to the APA Style website.

Additional APA Resources

WINDOWS version: Inserting an APA header in Word

MAC version: Inserting an APA header using Word for Mac 2011