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ADP L10 Citations & References


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Part 10 of a series of lessons on writing an academic paper. Presented in English to graduate students at Kansai University, Osaka, Japan.

Part 10 of a series of lessons on writing an academic paper. Presented in English to graduate students at Kansai University, Osaka, Japan.

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    • 1. Lesson 10 Academic PaperCitations & References
      Kansai University 2011
    • 2. Body of Academic Paper (1)
      Introductory Paragraph
      Literature Review
      Concluding Paragraph or Study Overview
      Introductory Paragraph
      Step-by-step Description of Procedure
      Explanation of How Data was Analyzed
      Concluding Paragraph
    • 3. Body of Academic Paper (2)
      Results & Discussion
      Introductory Paragraph
      Present your data
      Information about your data
      Tables and Figures
      Explain your data
      Concluding Paragraph
      Needed for each citation
    • 4. Purdue UniversityOnline Writing Lab (OWL)
      In-Text Citations (APA)
      Reference List (APA)
    • 5. In-Text Citation Basics
      Use signal words (and phrases)
      Use past tense
      Kimura (2011) found that ...
      According to Kubota (2009), ...
      ... (Author, date) stated that ...
      ... (Author, date) explained that ...
      ... (Author, date) theorized that ...
    • 6. Author Citation (1)
      One or two authors
      Kubota and Kubota (2005) found that ...
      Three to five authors
      Kubota, Kubota, Kimura, and Ho (2001) stated that ...
      Six or more authors
      Use “et. al.” after first author’s name
      Kimura, et. al. (2000) indicated that ...
    • 7. Author Citation (2)
      Organization as author
      The Ministry of Education (1999) stated ...
      Two or more works in same citation
      Add a semicolon ( ; )
      (Brown, 1985; Kemmitt, 1982; Kubota, 2002)
      Use same order in reference list (alphabetical)
    • 8. Practice: In-Text Citations
      Find citation errors and correct them
    • 9. Citations: Corrected
      (Oblinger & Oblinger, 2005)
      (“Oops pow surprise,” 2010) [this is correct]
      (“Statistics,” 2010)
      (“New data,” 2010)
      (Kahn, 2006)
    • 10. Reference List Basics
      Listed after the conclusion
      Lines after the first line indented 1.25 cm “hanging indent”
      Last name of author first
      Kimura, M. E. O.
      List in alphabetical order
    • 11. Reference List:Authors
      One or two authors
      Kimura, B. Y. & Kimura, M. E. O. (2001). Happy days are here again. Journal of Information Communications Technologies, 10(2),15-19.
      NOTE: Title and volume in italics
    • 12. Reference List:Organization
      Publication by Organization
      EDCAUSE. (2011, June 7). 7 things you should know about organizing files in the cloud. Retrieved from
    • 13. Reference ListNo Author or Date
      No author or date given on web page
      Teamwork in the classroom. (n.d.). NDT resource center. Retrieved from:
      (n.d.). = no date
      In reference list, use “sentence case” for capitalization of title.
    • 14. Reference List:DOI
      Digital Object Identifier
      Can be found, even if moved
      Brownlie, D. (2007). Toward effective poster presentations: An annotated bibliography. European Journal of Marketing, 41(11/12), 1245-1283. doi:10.1108/03090560710821161
    • 15. Reference List:Electronic Sources
      OWL (APA 6th Edition)
      Online journals
      Conference proceedings
      Online video
      Electronic book (E-book)
    • 16. Internet Sources:Web site (Homepage)
      Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of document. Retrieved from http://Web address
      Angeli, E., Wagner, J., Lawrick, E., Moore, K., Anderson, M., Soderland, L., & Brizee, A. (2010, May 5). General format. Retrieved from
    • 17. Internet SourcesBlog
      Posted article in blog
      O’Dell, J. (2011, June 11). How online education is changing the way we learn [Web log post]. Retrieved from
    • 18. Internet Sources:Online Video
      YouTube video
      Wesch, M. (2007, January 31). Web 2.0 ... the machine is us/ing us [Video file]. Retrieved from
    • 19. Internet Sources:Online Journal
      Same as for printed Journals
      Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of article. Title of Online Periodical, volume number(issue number if available). Retrieved from
      Abe, Y. (2011). The effects of computer-mediated communication on Japanese EFL learners' English proficiency. TCC 2011 Worldwide Online Conference Refereed Proceedings, 2011(1), 169-185. Retrieved from
    • 20. Internet Sources:E-book
      Only available on the Internet
      Siemens, G. & Tittenberger. (2009). Handbook of emerging technologies and learning. Retrieved from
    • 21. Practice: Reference List
      Find errors in a given reference list
      Hint: Five items need correction.
    • 22. Practice: Corrected
      4,000,000,000. (2009, October 12). Flickr blog [web log]. Retrieved from
      Bray, E. (2010, February). Using videomail (vmail) effectively in online intercultural exchanges. CALL-EJ Online, 11(2). Retrieved from
      Levine, A. (n.d.). 50+ web 2.0 ways to tell a story. Retrieved from the wiki
      New Media Lab. (2010, January 19). 2008 social media statistics. Retrieved from
      Wesch, M. (2007, January 31).Web 2.0 ... the machine is us/ing us [Video file]. Retrieved from
    • 23. Homework
      Add citations and references to Google Doc.
      Include at least three (3) citations and references.
      List a reference for each citation at the end of the document.
      Finish your paper.
      Complete all sections of your paper in Google Docs.
      Write your reflection about today's class in Facebook.
      Post reflection in Facebook ADP Group.
    • 24. Question and Answers
      Kansai University
      Spring 2011