1 @ the ASC Developed for the DeVry Addison Academic Success Center Room 221, A.P.A. 6 th Ed. Sourcing Guide In Text Citations and the References Page Updated 11/2013 This handout answers some of the most common questions DeVry and CCN Addison students have about using the 2009 version of APA format. Please contact your local ASC, a DeVry librarian, a faculty member, or the many resources in the HUB if you have questions not answered here. The more detailed DeVry APA Handbook and a variety of other resources are available at https://hub2.devry.edu/aparesourcecenter. I. Overview APA documentation is a method for correctly acknowledging sources you include in your writing as paraphrases, summaries, or direct quotations. It also enables you to tell your readers where to find your sources if they want to get more information on your topic themselves. It is not the only correct method for documentation; however, it is the acceptable format for documenting sources when writing in the social sciences, such as psychology and economics. It is also the procedure for correctly acknowledging sources any and every time they are used, whether in research or in daily online discussions, to avoid plagiarism, as required in all DeVry and CCN courses and by the academic integrity policy. APA source documentation has two parts: In text parenthetical citations that follow quoted, paraphrased, or summarized material from sources and identify the source by stating the author s name and the year of publication. If the material is directly quoted, include the page numbers in the citation when available. Headings and/or paragraph numbers should be used if page numbers are not available. If you are using an electronic source, the URL should not appear in the text of your paper. The only place it should appear, if at all, is on the References page. A References page that contains full bibliographic information about each source cited in the paper. The References page is double spaced, and the entries are arranged in alphabetical order. The first line of each entry is aligned with the left margin, and the second and following lines are indented one half inch. Just as you should cite every source you use, you should not cite sources you have not used in your research assignment. This handout gives you some brief advice about the format of each part of the documentation process. A more detailed overview of APA is available in the APA Handbook linked at the bottom of your course syllabus.
2 2 II. In Text Citations In text citations give the reader brief information about the source. They appear in parentheses in the text of your paper itself. They serve several purposes: 1) they make it clear to your readers which material is from sources and which is your own ideas and experience; 2) they identify which source the material came from; 3) they give enough information for the reader to go back to the References (bibliography) page to find the complete publication and/or access information on the source; and 4) they inform the reader whether you quoted (used the author s exact words) or paraphrased/summarized (expressed the author s ideas in your own words and sentence structure) the material. If You Are Quoting a Source Directly If you are using the source s exact words, then you need to signal that in three ways: 1) An acknowledgement phrase (According to, In a recent article, etc.) in the sentence itself to identify who is speaking; 2) Quotation marks at the beginning and end of the author s exact words to indicate that these are someone else s words; and 3) a parenthetical citation (parentheses with year of publication, and the page or paragraph number where you found the quote). Insert your parenthetical citation immediately after the quoted passage, regardless of where it appears in your sentence. If no author is named, then use the title of the source. If you do not acknowledge the author s name in your sentence itself, then include it in the parentheses along with the year. In other words, you do not have to name the author again in the citation if you have already done so in your sentence. EXAMPLE Nice and Layton (2000) explain that the hybrid attempts to significantly increase the mileage and reduce the emissions of a gas-powered car while overcoming the shortcomings of an electric car (Electric cars section, para. 1). A second article claims that gas-electric hybrid cars have become a practical choice for consumers ( Hybrid Cars, 2010, para. 2) now that they have progressed in engineering and design. Note: In the example above, the first article s parenthetical citation includes a section heading and paragraph number. The manual dictates (on pages ) that page numbers or paragraph numbers should be provided in direct quote citations when listed. If neither pages nor paragraph numbers appear but headings are given, list the heading and the paragraph number. In other words, whenever possible, provide specific information which points to the part of the source that you quoted. The second article s title is capitalized and appears in quotation marks in the in text citation, as directed by the APA Manual, page 176. However, the title appears in italics on the References page (see page 3 of this packet).
3 If You Are Paraphrasing or Summarizing a Source You must paraphrase or summarize and cite appropriately to avoid plagiarism. If you are using the source s ideas, but explaining them in your own words and sentence structure, then you need to signal that by inserting 1) Parentheses with the author s name and the year of publication. If no author is named, then use the title of the source. If you have searched for a publication date but are unable to find one, then put (n.d.). If you use the author s name in your sentence itself, then include only the publication date in parentheses. Providing page and paragraph numbers in in text citations is encouraged for paraphrased material but not required. 2) Acknowledgement phrases (According to... ) in the sentence itself are optional. 3 EXAMPLE A solely electric car can travel 50 to 100 miles between charges, and its pollutants are minimal (Nice & Layton, 2000). In today s market, two types of gasolineelectric hybrids are available: series and parallel ( Hybrid Cars, 2010). How to Paraphrase Source Material Into Your Own Words Effective paraphrasing is more than simply changing a few words of the original source material. To be able to paraphrase effectively, follow these steps: 1. Choose your sources carefully. Make sure they are scholarly and that they will support your paper or project. 2. Print and read your source material thoroughly. Take notes in the margins, highlight material you will likely cite, and cross out passages that do not apply to your paper or project. Be sure that you understand the material. 3. When you are ready to paraphrase, turn over the source material and write what you understood from memory. In doing this, you are truly putting the source material into your own words and sentence structure you are paraphrasing. Note: If you are unable to complete the previous step, you may not have understood the source material. Reread the source and try the paraphrasing strategy again. If you are still unable to complete this step, it may be because the source is not appropriate for your paper or project. 4. Cite the source material appropriately in the text of your paper and on the References page. Use this packet as a guide, and seek help at the ASC if you need it. Note: When you refer to your own previous writing, such as an essay you submitted in another class, you must cite it to avoid self plagiarizing. Include in text and bibliographic citations for your own work just as you would with a source by another author.
4 III. The References (Bibliography) Page 4 The References (bibliography) page gives your readers the complete publication or access information to the sources you cited in your paper. References entries are arranged in alphabetical order according to the author s name, or if no author is named, by the title of the document. The in text citations in the preceding examples correspond to the entries in the sample References list below. EXAMPLE References Hybrid cars. (2010). Retrieved from Nice, K., & Layton, J. (2000). How hybrid cars work. Retrieved from The information a reader needs to find and/or access the same information you used depends on the kind of source it is. For example, you access Internet information very differently from the way you access a book. The first step in completing your bibliography is to determine what kind of source you have. Once you determine that, follow the formula for citing it. The formulas for some common kinds of sources appear in the boxes below. Each formula is followed by an example. References Page General Forms and Examples Note: The bracketed numbers with each source type below refer to page and example numbers in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6 th ed. Note: Unlike the previous version of APA format, URLs are not listed for every electronic source, as you will see in the remainder of the packet. When a URL is listed, it should be provided as plain text without a hyperlink. Retrieval dates (the dates that you accessed your electronic sources) are no longer used unless the information in the source is subject to change over time, such as in a wiki format. Electronic Sources Nonperiodical Web Document, Web Page, or Report With Author [200: 9] Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year of publication). Title of document. Retrieved from url Hoge, A. (2013). Hoge s notes: Dikta makes return to Halas Hall. Retrieved from Note: In References Page entries, capitalize only the first word of the title; the first word after a colon or dash, if applicable; and any proper nouns.
5 Nonperiodical Web Document, Web Page, or Report Withoutt Author [200: 9] 5 Title of document. (Year of publication). Retrieved from url Steve Jobs biography. (2013). Retrieved from Note: When no author is provided, use the title, publication date, and URL (in that order) for your entry. Consider any web page or information from a corporate site as a source with no author and follow the example above. If you are citing a published report with a corporate author, see the example on page 7. An Article from a Newspaper or Magazine Available Online [ : 7 & 11] Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year, Month day). Title of article. Title of Newspaper or Magazine. Retrieved from homee page url Skiba, K. (2010, January 13). Michelle Obama pleased with 1st year, tries to stay grounded. The Chicago Tribune. Retrieved from Note: The URL of the home page is listed becausee the article was found via a search from the home page. Online Journal Article with DOI, Two to Seven Authors [198: 1] Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial., Author ss Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial., & Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year of publication). Title of the article. Title of the Magazine/Journal, Volume number(issuee number if known), page numbers. doi: 10.####/# #####.###### Nordh, H., Grahn, P., & Währborg, P. (2009). Meaningful activitiess in the forest, a way back from exhaustion and long-term sick leave. Urbann Forestry & Urban Greening, 8(3),, doi: /j.ufug What is a DOI? A DOI is a Digital Object Identifier a number assigned to some journal articles ass a way to identify and manage material digitally. DOIs may be available on both online and print journal articles,, especially in the social sciences. They may be listed separately or under the term article or a vendor s name, such as CrossRef. It is more permanently reliable than a URL, so you should include only the DOI, and not a URL, in your entry whenever your source provides one. Seee pages 188 and 189 of the manual for details. What if I used a database? The APA manual states (page 192) that it is not necessary to include database information in most entries. You should include the Journal s homee page URL only if you accessed your article directly through that Journal s website.. Use a Retrieved from statement as in the previous examples.
6 6 Online Journal Article without DOI, Found using Database [199: 3] Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year of publication). Title of article. Title of Journal, Volume(Issue, if known), page numbers. Schnoor, J. (2009). Jobs, jobs, and green jobs. Environmental Science & Technology, 43(23), Note: No URL is provided in this example because database information is not required (see previous note). Therefore, this type of entry will resemble a print entry. However, if you find a journal article on the journal s website and not through the use of a database, provide the URL of the journal s home page at the end of the entry. See the next example. Online Journal Article, Found Without Database, More than Seven Authors [198: 2 & 199: 3] Note: The list of authors is abbreviated in the box below to save space. If your source has more than seven authors, list the first six, then ellipses, then the last author listed. Always list them in the order in which they are provided. First Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial., 2 nd Author, 3 rd Author, 4 th Author, 5 th Author, 6 th Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial.,... Last Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year of publication). Title of article. Title of Journal, Volume(Issue, if known), page numbers. Retrieved from home page url Ellis, J. A., Gwynn, C., Garg, R. K., Philburn, R., Aldous, K. M., Perl, S. B., Frieden, T. R. (2009). Secondhand smoke exposure among nonsmokers nationally and in New York City. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 11(4), Retrieved from Note: This example was found directly on the journal s website, so the home page s URL is listed in the entry.
7 A Government Publication Available Online [205: 31] 7 Name of Government Department or Agency. (Year of publication). Title of the document (report number if given). Retrieved from specific url U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. (2009). What is diabetic heart disease? Retrieved from Note: For government publications, you should name the publisher in the retrieval statement only if it has not already been named as the author (Retrieved from Agency Name website: url). In the example above, the publisher is not named at the end of the entry because it was named in the author position. A Published Report by a Corporate Author [205: 31] Name of Corporation. (Year of publication). Title of the document (report number if given). Retrieved from specific url PTC Product Analytics. (2013). Managing product risk, compliance, and performance (1712 ManageProdRiskCompPerf EN 0313). Retrieved from Web Log Post (Blog) [215: 76] Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year, Month day). Title of post [Description of form]. Retrieved from specific url Taylor, G. (2010, January 7). Down with the bullies in Britain [Web log post]. Retrieved from Note: Insert the blogger s screen name as the author if no author s name is provided. See page 204 for examples of format descriptions for titles. Video Blog Post [215: 77] Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year, Month day). Title of post [Video file]. Retrieved from specific url Doctors offer virtual check-ups [Video file]. (2010, January 19). Retrieved from Note: Since no author is present, the title, publication date, and URL are used in this entry.
8 Online Presentation or Lecture Notes [Follows format of 200: 9] 8 Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year, Month Day if given). Title of lecture or presentation [File format]. Retrieved from specific url Rose, C. (2009, May 22). Alaska: Becoming a world leader in renewable energy development [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from acs/presentations.html Map Retrieved Online [210: 53] Organization that Published Map or Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial if Given. (Cartographer). (Date of Publication). Title of the map [Type of map if given]. Retrieved from specific url Wayne Township (Cartographer). (2010). Wayne township map. Retrieved from Online Reference Entry, No Author, Editor, or Date of Publication [205: 30] Name of entry. (n.d.). In Title of the Reference work (# ed.). Retrieved from specific url Humid. (n.d.). In Roget s 21 st Century Thesaurus (3rd ed.). Retrieved from Note: The example above was found online (Thesaurus.com) but refers to a specific print work (Roget s). We must name the original source before providing the URL because both works must be cited. Print and Non Print Sources An Entire Book [203: 18] Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year of publication). Title of the book. Place of publication: Publisher. Hyde, C. R. (1999). Pay it forward. New York: Simon & Schuster. Note: The state abbreviation can be included in the place of publication if given (ex. Springfield, MA: Merriam Webster). Do not include unnecessary terms (Co., Inc., etc.) in your entry, but do include Books and Press if listed.
9 Book Chapter or Reference Book Entry [204: 25] 9 Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year of publication). Title of the chapter or entry. In Title of the book (pp. page numbers). Place of publication: Publisher. Schakel, P., & Ridl, J. (2005). Plot and characters. In Approaching literature in the 21 st century (pp ). Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martin s. Note: If you are citing a reference book entry, you may have an editor instead of an author. List the editor s name in the author position and insert an identifier immediately afterwards: Smith, J. (Ed.). (2005). etc. If you have both an author and an editor, begin your entry with the author s information, and insert the editor s information after the chapter title: Jones, E. (2012). Chapter title. In D. Johnson (Ed.), etc. A Magazine Article [200: 7] Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year, Month day if given). Title of the article. Title of the Magazine, volume number(issue, if known), page numbers. Gosling, S. (2009, September/ October). Mixed signals. Psychology Today, 42(5), A Newspaper Article [200: 10] Author s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial. (Year, Month day of publication). Title of the article. Title of the Newspaper, pp. page numbers. Daniels, S. (2010, January 11). Lake Mich. wind mills not in view. Crain s Chicago Business, pp. 3, 8. Personal Communications (Private letters, memos, s, or phone interviews) [179: Section 6.20] Acknowledge a personal interview or other personal communication in your text by identifying the person interviewed and the date of the interview. Do not include personal communication in the References page because it is information of limited circulation that is, most readers will not have access to your personal sources. References pages should include only information that is widely available to everyone. According to J. A. Hagemann (personal communication, March 12, 2004),
10 IV. Frequently Asked Questions 10 This section lists some commonly asked questions regarding APA format. When available, corresponding page numbers in the manual are provided. How often do I have to insert an in text citation? As a general rule, insert a citation with every direct quote AND whenever you are introducing ANY cited material from a different author. If several sentences include information from the same source, it is acceptable to cite the source in the first and last sentences that use source information. How do I correctly capitalize and italicize the title of my source? The answer varies depending on your use of the title: in the text of your paper, in an in text citation, or on your References page. In a sentence in your paper (101, 176), capitalize major words in the titles of books and articles; capitalize all words of four letters or more; capitalize all nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. Italicize the title of a periodical, book, brochure, or report. Use quotation marks around the title of an article, chapter, or web page. In your in text citation (176), if your article has no author, cite the title and year of publication in parentheses. Italicize the title of a periodical, book, brochure, or report. Use quotation marks around the title of an article, chapter, or web page. Capitalize it according to the In a sentence rules above. You may use the first few words of the title if it is long; just make sure your reader can tell which source you are citing. On your References page (101, 185), capitalize the first word of the title; capitalize the first word after a colon or dash (subtitle); capitalize all proper nouns. Italicize the title of your article only if it does not appear in a larger work. If your article appears in a larger work, such as a journal, italicize only the journal title and not the article title. What if my source quotes another source (178)? This is called a secondary source citation. If you read an article by Dr. Smith, and he quotes Dr. Jones, list only Dr. Smith s article on your References page. In the text of your paper, cite both authors as follows: as revealed in Dr. Jones study (as cited in Smith, 2009). For my electronic source, how do I know whether to provide the URL? Should I provide a specific URL or the home page URL (192, )? If you are referencing a journal article, you should provide the DOI instead of the URL whenever it is available (see p. 5 of this packet for DOI information and example entries). If you are referencing a journal article and you found it through a database, your entry should not include the URL. Your entry will resemble that of a print source. If you are referencing a journal article and you found it through the journal s website, your entry should include the URL of the website s home page. If you are referencing an online source and you found it by conducting a search on the source s website, you should include the URL of the website s home page. If you are referencing an online source and you used a search engine to link directly to it, you should include the specific URL. How do I cite multiple authors? The answer depends on the number of authors you are citing and whether you are citing in text or on the References page. For your in text citation, there are specific guidelines for the number of authors of the source and the number of times the source is cited. Refer to pages , especially the chart on page 177, for guidance. For your References page, use commas to separate the authors names, and use an ampersand (&) before the last author s name. If your source has more than seven authors, list the first six, then ellipses, then the last author listed. Always list them in the order in which they are provided. See page 197 for a list of Reference page examples with multiple authors.
11 References 11 Daniels, S. (2010, January 11). Lake Mich. wind mills not in view. Crain s ChicagoBusiness, pp. 3, 8. Doctors offer virtual check-ups [Video file]. (2010, January 19). Retrieved from Ellis, J. A., Gwynn, C., Garg, R. K., Philburn, R., Aldous, K. M., Perl, S. B.,... Frieden, T. R. (2009). Secondhand smoke exposure among nonsmokers nationally and in New York City. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 11(4), Retrieved from Gosling, S. (2009, September/ October). Mixed signals. Psychology Today, 42(5), Hoge, A. (2013). Hoge s notes: Dikta makes return to Halas Hall. Retrieved from Humid. (n.d.). In Roget s 21 st Century Thesaurus (3rd ed.). Retrieved from Hyde, C. R. (1999). Pay it forward. New York: Simon & Schuster. Nordh, H., Grahn, P., & Währborg, P. (2009). Meaningful activities in the forest, a way back from exhaustion and long-term sick leave. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 8(3), doi: /j.ufug PTC Product Analytics. (2013). Managing product risk, compliance, and performance (1712 ManageProdRiskCompPerf EN 0313). Retrieved from Rose, C. (2009, May 22). Alaska: Becoming a world leader in renewable energy development [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from acs/presentations.html
12 12 Schakel, P., & Ridl, J. (2005). Plot and characters. In Approaching literature in the 21 st century (pp ). Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martin s. Schnoor, J. (2009). Jobs, jobs, and green jobs. Environmental Science & Technology, 43(23), Skiba, K. (2010, January 13). Michelle Obama pleased with 1st year, tries to stay grounded. The Chicago Tribune. Retrieved from Steve Jobs biography. (2013). Retrieved from Taylor, G. (2010, January 7). Down with the bullies in Britain [Web log post]. Retrieved from U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. (2009). What is diabetic heart disease? Retrieved from Wayne Township (Cartographer). (2010). Wayne township map. Retrieved from
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Running head: A VERY CORRECT APA STYLE PAPER 1 Comment [MSOffice1]: The running head is a short title for the paper placed at the left margin. Each letter of the running head is capitalized. The number
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Appendix 3: APA reference style Tip! See http://www.apastyle.org/ to obtain information about APA style. The full guidelines are published in the Sixth Edition of the Publication Manual of the American
A QUICK GUIDE TO FORMAT AND CITATIONS Introduction This Quick Guide contains information about specific formatting guidelines for EdD course papers and the dissertation. It is a summary of the most frequently
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APA Style Citations & References A Guide for Psychology Undergraduates 1 Why Cite? Whenever you report something that you have read, you have an ethical and a practical responsibility to cite where you
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Page 1 of 6 REFERENCING 1. Plagiarism and referencing 1.1 What is plagiarism? Many people think of plagiarism as copying another's work, or borrowing someone else's original ideas. But terms like "copying"
REFERENCING OVERVIEW These guides cover different elements of referencing and can be used together or separately depending on your prior knowledge or needs. References and Bibliographies - an introduction
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MLA Documentation Part 1 1 This presentation will help you Understand the process of documenting your research. Learn to construct an in-text citation. Understand the basics of creating a Works Cited page.
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APA FORMATTING AND STYLE GUIDE THE BASICS APA stands for American Psychologial Assocation, and the style is one of many in the academic world used to regulate the language, procedures and formatting of
Plagiarism Taking someone else s words or ideas and presenting them as your own. To Plagiarize transitive verb : to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one's own : use (another's production)
Students at the ELI need to demonstrate in class that they have met the following objectives for each skill and level listed below. If students demonstrate to their teacher that they have learned these
Learning 2 Learn Citation and Referencing What we are going to do understand why acknowledgement is important recognise the details that are needed to make up a citation/reference correctly cite a reference
Learning Services Study Guides Bibliographies and Referencing: Chicago Style 1. Introduction This guide provides an introduction to bibliographies and referencing, and should help you with general points
APA Style of Referencing (6 th Edition) I. Tips for citing accurately and efficiently II. Creating the reference page A. Formatting B. What sources to include C. What information to include for each source
CITING ONLINE SOURCES USING APA The examples on this handout follow standards of the American Psychological Association (APA) documentation style. For more extensive rules and examples for use of the APA
APA In-text Citations and References Why do we cite? To credit the source To help you establish credibility To differentiate the source from the student s s observations/opinions To provide clear follow-up