APA 6th Edition (2010)

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APA stands for American Psychological Association. It is commonly used to cite sources within the social sciences.

APA Publications

The print version of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association is available to use (in-library only) in the first-floor Reference Collection, R 808.02 Am35, 2010

APA Style Guide to Electronic Resources
When prompted for a password, use your My Olivet credentials. Note from publisher about use: This pdf must only be accessible to authorized users of Olivet Nazarene University. Users may print copies for their personal use only. In addition to the authorized users’ personal copies, the institution may print hard copies of the APA Style Guide to Electronic References, Sixth Edition, as needed for internal use (but not for distribution). It must be stored in a secure network.

APA Style Blog - Use this blog to review more-detailed discussions of how to apply APA style and format to your writing. Note: not updated as of September 26, 2019 and likely to be available only through August 2020

APA 6th edition tutorial Note: the reference list is discussed on slides 17-25

Legal Citations

Examples from Purdue OWL

ONU Global (SGCS)

APA 6 Template/SGCS - includes MSN/FNP
APA Template for ESL 604 - Dr. Louis - It removes the running head and page number from the first page. It also single spaces the reference list with double spacing in between each citation.


DOI Formatting in APA - How to use the New DOI Format in APA

DOI Resolver - Use when you have a DOI, and need to get the rest of the citation

Find a doi - Enter your article title in the Metadata Search.

The content of the page was updated by Jasmine Cieszynski, Instructional Services, on 11/13/2019.