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The Mary DePew Resource Center for Research Writing: APA 7th Ed.

Dr. Staci Jo Garvin's APA Resources

Learning APA from Dr. Staci Garvin

Utilize these PowerPoints to help you learn proper scholarly citation techniques. Understanding this process is essential in higher education.

Use Database Citation Tools

Another way to prepare citations is to use the citation tools available in many databases.  Databases will create the citation for an article in the style you want.  However, formatting does not always copy correctly and you may need to adjust indentations and confirm that the information requested by your instructor is included in the citation generated.  It can be real time saver and is worth considering.  See tutorials below:

 

Citation Location in EBSCO
Citation Location in ProQuest (Find Dissertations button)

Below are PDFs you can download or print for guidance on the topics below: