Online information about the APA citation style
The Education Department uses APA style citations. Some examples:
Article from a print source
Draper, R. J., & Hall, K. M. (2006, Summer). The Possibility of Democratic Educational Research
to Nuture Democratic Educators. Action in Teacher Education, 82(2), 66-72.
Article from one of the Library databases
Sidener, T. M. (2006, November/December). An evaluation of strategies to
maintain mands at practical levels. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 27(6), 632-644.
Lilly, J., Peacock, A., Shoveller, S., & Struthers, D. (Sept. 2014). Beyond levels:
Alternative assessment approaches developed by teaching schools. Research Report.
Retrieved from http://dera.ioe.ac.uk/20802/1/beyond-levels-alternative-assessment-
Selection from a Book
Kuhn, D. (2005). What are Inquiry Skills? In Education for Thinking (pp. 40-42).
Cambridge, MA: Havard University Press.
The following websites provide a simple way to create a citation. Fill
in the information about the item, then copy and paste the citation
into your bibliography or footnote.
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MLA and APA
Plagiarism - what is it? how to avoid it.