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CRHS_Honors English 10 Debatable Topic Research_Team: 5. How to Get APA Citations for Your Sources

Honors English 10 students should use this LibGuide as they work through the steps of researching a topic related to their nonfiction reading choice book

Did You Know?

"APA" stands for American Psychological Association, and it is one of several accepted standard formats for giving credit to the sources you use for academic projects.  If you want to look up more rules for citing information in APA format, check out the excellent guide at Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL).

Citing a Database Article (APA)

APA citations are provided for articles you access through databases (such as EBSCO or Opposing Viewpoints in Context.)  Click the "Cite" tool located at the top of the page or on the right-hand side of the article summary page in the database, and be sure to select APA style citation!

 

Citing a Website (APA)

Use a citation machine such as MyBib.com to create your APA citation for a website.  Simply select the "Create Citation" button on the top of the page, and follow on-screen instructions from there.

Click the icon below to access MyBib.com: