American Psychological Association (APA 6th Edition) Resource Guide
The APA Writing Style is most commonly used in the social sciences. This includes business and economics, communication studies, criminal justice, education, geography, law, political science, and sociology.
American Psychological Association The official site for APA has free tutorials, links to the books, style guides, instructional aids, and online courses. The site also has a large section on the latest psychology news and events.
APA Style Essentials This site has links to sites where you can buy the APA style book. It also has information and examples of APA documents, guidelines, title pages, abstracts, bodies, text citations, quotations, references, appendixes, footnotes, tables, and figures. Lastly, the entire document is easy to download in a PDF file.
Cite Planet This site has previously made citations in over 40 subjects. It allows students to search for the sources they need, saving students time and energy. Most (if not all) citations have a link to the original source.
The Online Writing Center (OWL) at Purdue The Owl at Purdue has excellent overview information, example papers, and individual work cited examples. It also has links and information on where you can buy the APA style guide books.
Research and Documentation Online At this site, you choose a discipline (i.e. social sciences), and then select which part of your project you need assistance on (i.e. APA manuscript format). After you have made your selections the site takes you to a clearly laid out page designed to answer any and all questions you may have with examples and brief descriptions.
Capital Community College Capital Community College has frequently asked questions, examples of figures and tables, quotation tutorials, a section on last-minute corrections, and an extensive works cited section.
Westmont College This section of the psychology web site for Westmont College gives you clear examples of APA style papers using Microsoft Word. The great thing about this site is that it explains how to accomplish each formatting feature on MSWord. Therefore, if you are ever confused about how to insert page numbers are page breaks, this is an excellent resource.
EasyBib Choose which style you need your work cited to be in and then fill in the blanks from there. EasyBib will put your sources into the correct format.
NoodleTools NoodleTools is the oldest works cited generators. It is an excellent tool, but be careful to only use “NoodleBib Express.” The others may charge you a fee.
Son of Citation Machine Simply select the style you need (APA), pick the source type (i.e. book) and continue to fill in the blanks. Son of Citation Machine will generate a correctly formatted works-cited in a matter of seconds.