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IMPORTANT NOTE: This guide refers to the APA 6th edition. As a university, we will be transitioning to the APA 7th edition beginning in June, 2021.
- Graduate Education students starting their action research or thesis in January 2021 should refer to the 6th edition to complete your paper.
- Students starting their thesis or action research in June 2021 should refer to the APA 7th edition. (For help with the 7th edition, either go to the Darling Library's APA 7th edition LibGuide or to the Purdue Online Writing Lab.)
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APA Style Guide
APA (American Psychological Association) style is most commonly used to cite sources within the social sciences. This style guide is used to determine general formatting of research papers, in text citations, endnotes/footnotes, and the reference page.
The 2010 6th ed. is still available for check out in the library, found at 808 P976 2010 and for sale on Amazon.
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