352-395-5409 email@example.com Tutorial on APA Style CitationsContact: Lawrence W. Tyree LibraryScott Tarbox, Librarian Webpage:firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.sfcollege.edu/library352-395-5409
APA Citations in HSA Research Why do HSA classes insist on consistent and complete APA style citations and References page? Avoid sloppy scholarship and suspect information. Consistent style makes reading and fact checking easier. Ability for readers of your work to find more material on the topic. Crediting the authors and producers of valuable, relevant research for their contributions. Insure that the work is your own.
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Citation guides at Santa FeA Librarian at Santa Fe College has created an easy-to-useguide for creating APA style citations.The APA guide shows you how to create citations for almostany resource you may use in your bibliography: • Print Materials (books, maps, magazines, scripts, etc.) • Electronic Materials (online articles, webpages, etc.) • Media and other resources (YouTube, DVDs etc.)
Santa Fe’s APA Guide http://dept.sfcollege.edu/library/library_guides/subject/apa/
Print Citation Examples – From Santa Fe’s APA Guide Any of the types of print material can be clicked on to see how to cite in APA style.
An example of taking book information and making an APA citation.APA citation forthis book Brenner, J.G. (1999). The emperors of chocolate: Inside the secret world of Hershey and Mars. New York, NY: Random House.
Electronic Sources Citations – From Santa Fe’s APA Guide
APA citation for aweb document Catalanotto, F. (2012) Why the ADA is wrong about dental care. Retrieved from http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/- frontline/health-science-technology/dollars-and-dentists.
APA References Page = List of sources of information used in paper All resources that have been used in your research should be listed in the “References” page at the end of your APA style paper.An example of a reference page: Some Characteristics of an APA Reference Page: • Alphabetic order by author, or title if no author listed • Hanging indent of 5 spaces • Double spaced • Includes all types of sources i.e. books, journal articles, webpages, etc. Prepared by Susan Lester, Center for Academic Excellence, Saint Joseph College, August 2009 http://ww2.usj.edu/PDF/CAE/apareferencepage_6th_ed.pdf
In-Text CitationsThe Reference Page has the information necessary for a reader to find the sources you used in your report.APA style also requires a citation in the text of your paper when you use a direct quotation or paraphrase Called an “In-Text Citation”
In-Text Citations- ExamplesAre short and inserted at the end of a quotation or paraphrase In-Text Citations Features Include : • Enclosed in parentheses • Author (or shortened title if no author) • Date • Pages from which the information is taken (Adams,2007,p.412) Smith, 2010, pp. 12-14)
In-Text Citations – ExamplesDirect Quote:“ Healthcare workers in America are more costly for employers as the currentworkforce ages and the consequences of poor health habits among the workerstakes its toll” (Adkins, 2011, p.78).Paraphrase (own words):The cost to healthcare providers is increasing as the workers age andaccompanying health benefits rise (Adkins, 2011, p.78).Full Citation on the References Page: Adkins, A.L. (2010). Health care in America. Boston, MA: Random House Publishers.
This concludes this tutorial. For More Information:Scott Tarbox, Librarian Santa Fe APA Style Guide:email@example.com http://dept.sfcollege.edu/library/library_guides/subject/apa/352-395-5409Office: Y-226