This short document shows you how to use MSWord to easily create your citations. Resource S30. DOWNLOAD: MSWord for creating References 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.
This detailed guide is created by the NoodleTool company. This is a HCT subscription, and an excellent project organizer as well as citation builder for students. Resource S32. DOWNLOAD: Noodletools Users Guide HANDOUT
Items you find in the HCT catalog (books, e-books and DVDs) have an APA citation which you can download. Always check the download against the APA referencing HANDOUT S10, or see S41 for how to download references from databases. Video is 1:00 min. Resource S40.
Items you find in HCT databases (journal or newspaper articles, electronic resources) have an APA citation which you can download. Always check the download against the APA referencing HANDOUT S10, or see S40 for how to download reference for books and DVDs from the HCT catalog. Video is 1:04 min. Resource S41.
Search for your resource in the huge WorldCat (world catalogue of library catalogues) and download citations available in 5 styles (APA, MLA, Turabian, Chicago, Harvard). Video is 3:34 min. Resource S42.
A quick guide to easy finding and downloading APA citations using Google Scholar. Resource S43. DOWNLOAD: APA Referencing with Google Scholar HANDOUT
An excellent, clear guide to what an APA in-text citation is and how to use them in your work. Produced by Humber Libraries, US. Video is 2:35 min. Resource S50.
A brief handout giving examples of how to add in-text citations into your writing. Resource S51. DOWNLOAD: In-text citations APA style HANDOUT
Purdue University in the USA has a very good reputation for creating easy to use but accurate guides to APA style (and writing assistance in general). Resource S52. LINK TO: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/02/
In-text citations link between your writing and the reference list at the end of your paper. This brief guide demonstrates the three ways that in-text citations can be written. Resource #S53. LINK TO: In-Text Citations in APA Style HANDOUT