If you have a resource you need to reference, check this handout for the APA style you will need for many basic resource formats, such as books, journals, newspapers etc. Resource S10. DOWNLOAD: APA Referencing HANDOUT
Why, when and how to cite the information you have used in your research, including all types of information formats, and using in-text citations in your work.
A short video clip showing what type of things can have a citation, and what citations look like. Quiz included. Video clip is 0:40 secs. Produced by University of South Florida and EduCanon. Resource S11. LINK TO: http://www.educanon.com/public/106211/248212?cn=s
Purdue University in the USA have produced an excellent website page with examples of APA referencing to follow. Use this website to check your bibliography. Resource S12. LINK TO: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/
University of Queensland in Australia has produced this comprehensive guide to APA with examples for most resource types. Downloadable to PDF to be able to keep handy. Resource S13. LINK TO: https://www.library.uq.edu.au/_//filething/content/uploads/sites/6/get/apa_6.pdf
Northern Michigan University in the USA has also produced an easy to use guide with examples for the different resources you might need to cite. Resource S14. LINK TO: http://library.nmu.edu/guides/userguides/style_apa.htm#top
A simple and clear introduction to why you need to cite the sources you use in your research. Produced by the College of San Mateo, US. Video is 2.09 min. Resource S16.
Electronic images need different information for the APA reference than usual – this handout gives you the format needed, with examples. For other examples refer to S10 in this website. Resource S20. DOWNLOAD: APA Referencing Images HANDOUT
Websites often don’t include the information you need for an APA reference. This gives examples of what to do. For other general examples refer to S10 in this website, or for detailed examples when information is missing from your website, refer to S22 produced by the American Psychological Association (APA). Resource S21. DOWNLOAD: APA Referencing Websites HANDOUT
How to Cite Something You Found on a Website in APA Style: What to Do When Information Is Missing. This one page document by the American Psychological Association (APA) gives examples of what to do in the many cases when Website information needed for a reference is missing. Resource S22. DOWNLOAD: APA Referencing Websites Detail HANDOUT
How do you cite an interview, email, telephone call or other personal communication – a simple and quick guide. For other examples refer to S10 in this website. Resource S23. DOWNLOAD: APA Referencing Personal Communication HANDOUT