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NEW 102: Global Transformations

Why Cite

Online Sources for APA Style, 7th Edition

APA Style Website 

Many of the APA style guidelines and most commonly needed citation examples can be found at the official APA Style website

Additional APA Resources:

  • APA Citation Style 
    Tutorial developed by the ASU Library for learning about APA Style. 
  • Purdue OWL APA Formatting and Style Guide
    ​​Online resource from Purdue University that provides information to online reference materials and services for creating citations, formatting papers to particular styles, and more.
  • APA Style Blog
    Offers opportunities to ask citation style questions and get help from the APA community, especially when the answer cannot be found easily in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.

Please note: These online sources are helpful in resolving citation style questions. However, they are not the official APA Style guide, but rather interpretations of the citation style and may be prone to inaccuracies. Always consult the official style manual first for the most accurate information.

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