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APA's Style Tutorial

There is a good tutorial presented by the American Psychological Association, which anyone who is not already very comfortable with all aspects of APA style should watch.

View the "Basics of APA Style" tutorial online.

For more experienced users of APA style, there is also an APA tutorial on what's new in the 6th edition (new as of July 2009).

View "What's new in the Sixth Edition" online.

The tutorials linked above are created by the American Psychological Association, and hosted on their website.


Video: Intro to Citing in APA Style

Citing Tools

Visit the F. D. Bluford Library for a free copy of the EndNote software, a great program for managing your citations. We also have workshops on how to use EndNote, or you can make an appointment for help.

EndNote logo

Below you will find some links for other online tools that will help you with formatting citations.

  • EndNote Web
    This is a smaller, online version of the EndNote software. It not only formats your citations, it can also store your searches for you so that you can access them from the Internet instead of having to keep a separate offline list.

    You can get the full EndNote software from the Bluford Library for free to all A&T students, staff, and faculty.
  • Citation Machine
    This site will prompt you for information about your citation then format it for you.
  • UNC's "Citation Builder"
    This site prompts you for the information about a citation and formats it for you. Supports more styles than CitationMachine or BibMe.
  • BibMe
    "Easy" citation creator, with support for a wide variety of resource types.

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