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UNIV 150

An introduction to library and other resources for students in UNIV 150.

APA Style Guide

All APA style guidelines are published in this book, which is available in the reference section on the 1st floor of Zuhl Library.  When it doubt, go to the source!

APA Citations/References FAQs

Need help formatting citations to APA style?  Putting together your reference list?  Try these direct links to the Online Writing Lab at Purdue:

How do I format in-text citations?

In-text citations (how to cite your source, even if it indirect, electronic, or without page numbers)

Should I use Endnotes or Footnotes?  

Neither!  APA recommends against using endnotes and footnotes.  Instead, use in-text citations and a list of References at the end of the paper.

What is a reference list and how do I format it?

Reference List - A reference list is a list of references that you cited in the text of your paper.  This list should be on a separate page and be titled References.

What is a bibliography?

Bibliography - A bibliography is a list of sources that you consulted while researching your paper.  Use the same format as when putting together a Reference List.

What is an annotated bibliography?

Annotated Bibliography - An annotated bibliography is a bibliography with annotations.  Annotations are short descriptions and evaluations of each source listed in a bibliography.