Here are some methods for resolving APAAmerican Psychological Association citation questions.
Libguides: Libguides are very helpful online supports for Academic topics. You can search for any topic in Google, such as a Literature Review, SWOT analysis, Research Methods, etc…but include the word “libguide”. A search for APAAmerican Psychological Association and libguide will provide you with many different options. You can even be very specific and search for examples that fit your case.
Here are a few examples of APAAmerican Psychological Association libguides
CrossRef DOIDigital Object Identifier Look up Tool: When citing articles, you may need to find the DOIDigital Object Identifier…the Digital Object Identifier. This can be done by searching CrossRef or by looking up the information on the publisher’s website/the Journal’s homepage.
Bibliographic Software: An important consideration is purchasing a bibliographic software package like Endnote Or ReadCube. These allow you to download citations directly from databases, websites, social media, etc. and generate the citation in APAAmerican Psychological Association 7th edition. Plus, you have the benefit of being able to save full text directly to those citation entries, meaning you create your own research library accessible to you anywhere at anytime.
There is also a free version called. It is just as good in many respects as Endnote or other software options. Zotero.
YouTube: YouTube is also great for gaining demonstrations, especially for how to set up your document with official APAAmerican Psychological Association formatting. Just a quick search will provide some examples you’ll find helpful. Click here to begin searching
Writing Lab: You can also send in a request to Ask YU to our in-house Writing Lab. You can submit work for our tutors to review, specifically the APAAmerican Psychological Association references. Please note that when you submit a request to ASK YU.