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APA Style, 7th ed.: Home

Intro

Welcome to the BGSU APA Style LibGuide.

The Style Manual has recently been updated to the 7th edition (2020). Refer to your instructor about which version should be used. 

Here you'll find information about citing books, periodicals, newspapers, and electronic material in your APA reference page, as well as links to information about in-text citation formats. There are additional types of sources that you might be interested in citing. For those sources we recommend referring to the APA Publication Manual, the APA Style website, or the Purdue OWL's APA Style Guide (linked below).

Recommended APA Resources

APA Style 7th Ed. Basics

These videos created by the BGSU University Libraries discuss the basics of APA Style citations, including in-text citations and creating a references list.

Part 1: The focus of APA Style and basic rules for creating citations.

Part 2: In-text citations and APA Style resources.

Publication Manuals of the American Psychological Association