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Argyle Secondary School Library Digital Learning Commons: APA Style



The American Psychological Association (APA) Style Guide is used in the following subject areas at Argyle: Economics, Science, Psychology.

APA -Style Guide

APA Format for In-text Citation and Paraphrasing

In-Text Citations:

In-Text references make it possible for you to give credit when you use others' words, facts, or ideas as they appear in your writing.  APA style uses parenthetical notations to identify the source (author's surname), date the source was published, and the specific location (page reference if it's print material) from which you borrowed the material.

Please see the document below for more information.



Information about the source you use in your work are included on a separate page at the end of your assignment.

Please see the resources below to find out more information about the format of your References page and an example References page.

Online Resources

There are many great online resources available to help you find out more about APA Style.

I recommend:

Purdue Owl Writing Lab

There are also a lot of citation generators available to help you construct your reference sheet.

Please be aware that they are not always accurate!

Here are a few: