Tuesday, April 23, 2013

NEW LibGuide: Citing APA Style

Are you or your students looking for help citing references APA style? The best thing to do is to consult the most recent edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. The Library keeps a copy of this style manual on the RESERVE shelves at the Circulation Desk. You may check it out to use in the Library for 2 hours.

An alternative to this is the Citing APA Style LibGuide (subject guide) created and maintained by the Hope Librarians.

One of the benefits of using our Citing APA Style LibGuide, is the extras that we provide. Extras like:

  1. Setting up your MS Word document for APA style (video tutorial)
  2. How to use APA format in Powerpoint
  3. Submit a question to a Hope Librarian directly from the LibGuide

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If you haven't checked out our other LibGuides, take a look and see what is there to help you with your research.

Take the direct route
 Go through the Library Home Page
http://library.hiu.edu > Research Assistance > Subject Guides


Terri Bogan is Reference & Instruction Librarian at Hope International University. She is passionate about helping students navigate the ever expanding world of information. She specializes in the area of information literacy and instructional design.

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