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Each topic page on our site indicates whether the guidelines are new in , revised or expanded, or the same as 6th edition :
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APA Style Feb 26
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Good question! Use lowercase letters. This post on our 6th edition blog has examples:
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APA Style Feb 26
What’s covered? ▪️paper elements, format, & organization ▪️academic writing style ▪️grammar & usage ▪️bias-free language ▪️punctuation, capitalization, italics, abbreviations, etc. ▪️tables & figures ▪️in-text citations, paraphrasing, & quotations ▪️reference list format & order
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APA Style Feb 25
Introducing a new tutorial: the Basics of Seventh Edition APA Style! This is adapted from a tutorial featured in and is free for anyone who wants to learn about !
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APA Style Feb 25
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APA Style Feb 25
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Good question! We recommend The Audiovisual Media category (beginning on p. 341). You can use Example 90 by replacing "YouTube" with the name of the specific database. Include a DOI if the video has been assigned one.
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APA Style Feb 25
Introducing a new tutorial: the Basics of Seventh Edition APA Style! This is adapted from a tutorial featured in and is free for anyone who wants to learn about !
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APA Style Feb 24
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We can help! 6th edition () or 7th edition ()?
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APA Style Feb 24
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"URLs in references should link directly to the cited work when possible" (p. 298). If text on the page & PDF is the same, use either URL. In some cases, it's good to use webpage URL because the page has context & options to retrieve the work in different formats/languages 11/x
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APA Style Feb 24
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Q: How do you cite a PDF that covers the material on the webpage? A: Determine the document type and then use the most applicable template (in Chapter 10). For example, if it is a PDF of an annual report, use the template in Section 10.4 (see Example 54). 10/x
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APA Style Feb 24
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Q: Do references to ebooks need to include a permalink? A: They can if found online (outside of a database). If accessed via a database, neither the database name nor the URL is included. See Section 9.30 or “Works From Academic Research Databases“: 9/x
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APA Style Feb 21
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Good question. The reference format to use depends on your particular source for the poem (i.e., in a book, a webpage, a journal).
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APA Style Feb 21
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Q: Are hyperlinks okay in an reference? A: Use live links if the work will be read online. Either the default setting for hyperlinks or plain text (not underlined) is okay. See more in Section 9.35 or the “Format of DOIs and URLs” section of 8/x
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APA Style Feb 21
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Q: For a paraphrase: Is it required to include the page, para, or section heading? A: Not required but we encourage it when it would help readers find the passage. Learn more: . If no pages, see for how to use para or headings 7/x
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APA Style Feb 20
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Q: Can you reference just a chapter of a work authored by an individual or a group (not a chapter in an edited book)? A: Create a reference to the full work (e.g., the book) but mention the chapter in the citation. See examples in Section 8.13 or here: 6/x
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