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    Getting Started

    This guide is intended to provide guidance on how to cite information resources for research projects according to APA Documentation Style.

    • Click on "APA Style Guides."  On this page are links to: 1) An APA research paper example, 2) An step by step process on how to create a Running head, 3) APA citation style guide by Long Island University, 4) APA formatting and style guide from the Purdue OWL and 5) A quick guide that covers APA basics.  
    • Click on "APA" Web Sites."  On this page are links to: 1) Frequently Asked Questions about the APA documentation style from the APA website, 2) In-depth look into all of the different electronic sources and their proper documentations. 
    • Click on "Citation Tools."  On this page are links to: 1) Son of Citation Machine, 2)  KnightCite, 3) instruction for use of EndNote Web, 4) instructions for use of Zotero.
    • Click on "Library Resources."  On this page is a listing of reference books for APA Documentation Style.
    • Click on "Videos."  On this page are links to videos covering topics from reference lists to formatting using Microsoft Works. 
    • Click on "APA Paper Templates" to find templates of a research paper and annotated bibliography in APA format. 

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