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APA Style Online Guide 7th ed. - Douglas College Library
APA Quick Guide 7th edition - Douglas College Library
APA Reference Quick Guide 7th ed - American Psychological Association
How to read an APA reference - Douglas College Library.
An Introduction to APA Style: A Student Guide - Psychology Department. Covers title page, formatting, level headings, references and more. A sample APA paper is included.
In text citation APA style (WR7.11) - Learning Centre
APA Style Guide 6th ed. (Older edition) - Douglas College Library. Covers reference list and in-text citations.
APA Style Online Guide 6th ed. (Older edition) - Douglas College Library
Sample APA Research Paper - Purdue OWL
APA Headings - Purdue OWL
APA Style - Purdue OWL. Sample APA paper included.
APA Reference Style Guide - Northern Michigan University: Includes details about DOI.
Resolve a DOI Name - copy and paste your DOI to locate your article.
DOI form - enter article information to find the DOI. (Requires registration)
Learning APA Style - American Psychological Association: Includes free tutorials, FAQ and more.
APA Style Blog - American Psychological Association
For full details consult the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th ed. BF 76.7 A46 2010
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Chicago Style Online Guide 17th ed. - Library
Chicago Style Sheet - Library
Chicago Quick Guide - Library
How to read a Chicago reference - Library
Chicago Manual of Style, 17th ed. - Purdue OWL
Sample Chicago Style Research Paper - Purdue OWL
Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide - University of Chicago
ACS Style - American Chemical Society
American Antiquity Style - Society for American Archaeology
American Antiquity - This style is used in papers published in Society for American Archaeology journals.
APSA Style - American Political Science Association
ASA Style - American Sociological Association
Canadian Journal of Political Science Style
CSE (CBE) Style
CSE Documentation - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Council of Science Editors Scientific Style and Format - outlines differences between 6th and 7th eds.
What is an Annotated Bibliography?
- An annotated bibliography is a list of citations in which each citation is followed by a summary of the item.
- The summary is typically restricted to one or two brief paragraphs. It can be either descriptive or evaluative.
- The type of annotation you write is determined by your assignment and guidelines from your instructor.
- Your citations will be written in keeping with the style you choose e.g. APA or MLA etc.
Sample Annotated Bibliographies
Creating an Annotated Bibliography (WR6.40) (pdf) - Learning Centre
Creating an Annotated Bibliography - Learning Centre page
Annotated Bibliography samples - Purdue University
Annotated Bibliography description and examples - Eastern Nazarene College
Writing and Annotated Bibliography - University of Toronto
Plagiarism How to avoid it (WR6.10) - Learning Centre
Plagiarism How to avoid it - Learning Centre
Short plagiarism test - Douglas College
What is plagiarism? (video 5:53) - Douglas College
Avoiding plagiarism - Purdue University
Avoiding plagiarism: Crazy Norwegians (video 5:12) - U. of Bergen
Student guide to plagiarism (video 5:18) - BCIT
Paraphrasing - Purdue University
Plagiarism tutorial - SFU
Academic Integrity Policy - Douglas College