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APA In-Depth

APA Style

The APA citation style was created and is curated by the American Psychological Association. APA is the most commonly used citation style in the social sciences, as well as in business and education. The most recent version of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association is the seventh edition.

If you want to learn how to integrate the 7th edition APA style into your research, there are a lot of online resources & tutorials to help! In addition to online guides, check out the official APA Style Blog for answers to any and all APA 7th questions!

 

Note: If you had a conference presentation canceled due to COVID-19, there is an APA-style citation for it.

APA provides several online resources to help you learn the changes to the 7th edition and correctly format your paper & citations!

 

Online Tutorials & Webinars

Quick Formatting Guides 

APA 7th Edition

APA Style Blog & Social Media

Did you know that you can reach APA experts on social media? If you're a Twitter or Facebook user, you can tweet or message your citation questions to get answers. You can also follow along with tips and updates on their timelines. For more information, check out APA Twitter and APA Facebook.

 

 

Online Training Session

Hoonuit (formerly Atomic Learning) Online step-by-step tutorials on APA citation style:
  1. Click on the link below to access the UND On-Demand Training Website
  2. Click LOGIN TO HOONUIT
  3. Log in with your UND Credentials
  4. Search for APA Research Paper Basics
  5. Click on the result - you can add to your favorites