What is APA Style?
The APA Style Blog is the official companion to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Sixth Edition. It's run by a group of experts who work with APA Style every day.
Student guide for title pages published by the American Psychological Association
Example of correct use of heading levels for student papers published by the American Psychological Association
Quick visual how-to on citing journals, books, and book chapters from the American Psychological Association
Excerpt from Chapter 2 of the APA Manual, a full example paper formatted for 7th Edition APA style
From the Online Writing Lab at Purdue with many examples of creating in-text citations, footnotes, and works cited entries
7th Edition Changes Effective Spring 2020
Beginning Spring 2020, students will be expected to use the new 7th Edition of APA Style. Changes to citations, preferred fonts, headings, format, and use of pronouns are among the many changes that will take effect. This list is only a highlight and not an exhaustive list. Please see our resources section for a more detailed explanation of changes as well as the publication manual, available in the library for checkout.
Helpful Transition Resources with Examples
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