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APA Citation Style Guide 7th Edition

Check with your instructor about which manual edition your course is using. 

See: 6th Edition APA Style Guide

Audience:  CUW students in Education, Social Sciences, Business, Science, and some Health Sciences.

Help Available: The Writing Center is available to help with citations and document formatting. The library does not check citations.

A copy of the APA Style Manual is available in Course Reserves (circulation desk) & Reference (short stacks) BF76.7 .P83 2020

Templates:

Resources Online

In APA 7th edition, there are two format options: the student paper, and the professional paper. Check your assignment description or with your instructor about which one is required. This video tutorial takes your through formatting a student paper in Microsoft Word
This video tutorial takes your through formatting a professional paper in Microsoft Word
Skip to: APA 7th Edition Paper Template

Diagram of a book citation

Color Coded Diagram of apa Citation Book reference

Note: All DOIs must be links: https://doi.org/xxxxxx

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1:07  Article References

Website references vary based on the type of author (government, organization, or individual), and whether there is any missing information, such as author or date. Website Examples References from APA When Information is Missing Guide from APA
 

Use: Concordia University Wisconsin Blackboard.

This link for the URL: https://concordia.blackboard.com/webapps/login/

  • Santa Fe College’s Library has a great page covering:
    • films & TV episodes
    • online videos (YouTube)
    • Podcasts
    • Music recordings
    • Images
    • audio recordings
Remember: personal communications are not listed in the references.

 Note: this is for materials created by your instructor, such as lecture notes, handouts, or PowerPoint slides.

Use: Concordia University Wisconsin Blackboard.

URL to use: https://concordia.blackboard.com/webapps/login/

Note: this only applies to videos created by your instructor or another instructor for this course. The most common type is narrated lectures with PowerPoint slides. 

Location: Concordia University Wisconsin Blackboard.

URL to use: https://concordia.blackboard.com/webapps/login/