Citing Works in Text Using Seventh Edition APA Style
Sponsored by APA StyleRecorded on 07/14/2020
Posted in Library Instruction
The seventh edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association and the Concise Guide to APA Style offer updated and expanded guidance on citing works in the text of APA Style papers. It is now easier than ever to write in-text citations and clearly and accurately attribute your sources. Join the style experts as they provide an in-depth look at the APA Style citation system, including how to create and format in-text citations for all types of print and online works, integrate source material into a paper, and cite at an appropriate level. The session will also answer some of writers’ most frequent citation questions: how to paraphrase versus directly quote from a work, how to cite long paraphrases from a single source, when to include a page or paragraph number in a citation, and how to cite when a work has no page numbers.
The webinar will then provide hands-on practice implementing this information by showing examples of correct ways to format citations for paraphrased and quoted text and the opportunity to practice integrating sources and writing in-text citations. An extended question and answer session at the end will give attendees the opportunity to ask their own questions about APA Style in-text citations. Don’t miss out on this webinar to access firsthand knowledge of and additional resources to ease the process of writing in-text citations in seventh edition APA Style.
Hayley S. Kamin, Chelsea L. Lee, and Timothy L. McAdoo
Hayley S. Kamin, Chelsea L. Lee, and Timothy L. McAdoo are Content Development Managers with the APA Style team of the American Psychological Association. They are members of the team responsible for writing and updating the seventh edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Together, the three of them have fielded more than 30,000 questions, written hundreds of blog posts, and spoken to countless people about APA Style. They are passionate about APA Style and excited to pass on their knowledge of effective scholarly communication; citations and references; and ethical, inclusive, and accessible writing.
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