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Citophobia apa

  1. 1. Citophobiathe morbid dread of citing andbibliographies
  2. 2. Don’t be afraid to cite!Citing made easy doable
  3. 3. Types of Citation Styles APA MLA Chicago Others: CSE, Turabian, etc.
  4. 4. APA American Psychological Association Used as a standard for disciplines such asthe social sciences
  5. 5. Types of Sources Books: Referencebooks, encyclopedias, anthologies, booksby one or more authors Periodicals: scholarlyjournals, magazines, newspapers, onlinejournals Websites: government or educationwebsites, commercial websites, nonprofitwebsites Sources from subscription databases
  6. 6. Types of Sources: Books Section title and author (if available) Page numbers of section Author (or editor) or book Title page of book Verso title page
  7. 7. Types of Sources: Periodicals Article title and author (if available) Date of article (always year, sometimesmonth and day) Title of publication Volume number and issue (if available) Access point if available through librarydatabase; URL if available online
  8. 8. Types of Sources: Databases and E-books KNOW the database you used Name of database is sufficient (URL is notneeded)
  9. 9. Types of Sources: Websites Responsible party:author, organization, university, government org, etc. Title of section consulted Name of website URL
  10. 10. APA: Periodical w/DOISimpson, A. (2007). The impact of teamprocesses on psychiatric casemanagement. Journal of AdvancedNursing, 60, 409-418. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2648.2007.04402.x
  11. 11. APA: Periodical w/o DOISands, L., & Shaevitz, B. (2007). Kale inevery pot. Orion, 26(4), 12. Retrievedfrom LexisNexis Academic database.
  12. 12. APA: BookKerrigan, W., & Braden, G. K., Jr. (1989).The idea of progress (2nd ed.). Chicago:Avalon Press.
  13. 13. APA: WebsiteLatex allergy. (2007, December 1).Retrieved from http://mayoclinic.com
  14. 14. In-Text Citations Help the reader find where you got theinformation from Alphabetical Do the References list first
  15. 15. In-Text Citations Always use the FIRST thing in yourreference list(this may be the author, title, websiteorganization or other) Use the YEAR For direct “quotes” use page numbers
  16. 16. In-text Citations: APA Paraphrase (no quotes, no page numbers) Quote (include page or para. numbers)
  17. 17. Hints• Do you have all theinformation from yoursource?• What goes in text?Whatever is first on yourworks cited page.• Webpages aren’t ascomplicated as they seem:look for an author orresponsible organization, atitle, a date of somesort, and a URL (http…).• No date?- use the abbreviation n.d.APA Hints:• Sentencecapitalization (onlyfirst letter andproper names) fortitles of books andarticles• Author-dateparenthetical in textformat• Include DOI ifavailable for onlinejournals
  18. 18. Short-cuts
  19. 19. Short-cuts Online and web-based services RefWorks (available to St. Kate’s currentstudents and staff ONLY) Zotero Word 2007 and other purchased software
  20. 20. Word 2007
  21. 21. Word 2007• Garbage in, garbage out(enter all names and titles accurately and in correctcapitalization)• Double-check results• Save frequently• Citing not available in earlier version of Word
  22. 22. Questions?Librarians available online and via phone:reference@stkate.edu | 651-690-6652

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