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APA Quiz - test your knowledge of 7th edition APA

Scribbr - The most notable changes for the 7th edition APA manual ---Very helpful page which includes a video

Please note: These links are for reference only. For complete style guidance you should consult the manual. The manual is kept in Reference section call number: BF 76 .7 P83 2020

Changes in the 7th edition --7th ed. -- from the OWL at Purdue

APA Formatting and Style Guide --7th ed. -- from the OWL at Purdue

Quick Reference Guide --7th ed. -- APA Style

Style and Grammar Guidelines --7th ed. -- from the APA website

The Basics of APA Style --6th ed. -- (tutorial is 21 minutes long)  produced by APA

Free APA Citation Generator -- 6th ed. --

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Guide to Preventing Plagiarism

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Supplemental materials for the 7th edition of the APA Manual

Avoid plagiarism, improve your writing

Annotated Bibliography

Each instructor has different expectations for annotated bibliographies...please check with your instructor to see what is expected of you. These web sites are meant only as an additional tool to help you understand the basic concepts behind annotated bibliographies.

How to prepare an annotated bibliography  from Cornell University Library Web site

Annotated Bibliographies  from the Owl at Purdue


Sample Annotated Student Sample Paper using 7th ed. APA Manual  - This sample paper is from the APA website

APA - How to Paper Excellent Sample Paper and funny too! By Scott W. Plunkett from California State University

Sample Paper using 6th ed.  from the Owl at Purdue