Top 10 Sources for Help with APA 6th Edition
Students often find it challenging to write papers that meet APA guidelines. The following table demonstrates how difficult it can be just to cite correctly.
The following is a list of some of the most useful resources to help write a paper that meets APA requirements.
- Purdue Online Writing Lab APA 6th Edition – One of the most excellent resources for all things APA, writing, punctuation, grammar, mechanics, MLA, and more . . . main Purdue site index.
- APA Style Lite for College Papers – Free style guide that gives excellent examples of how things should look in APA 6th edition.
- Sample APA Paper from Owl Purdue – Excellent example of a paper with arrows and text boxes pointing out each area of the paper and how it should look.
- APA 6th Edition Tutorial – Video demonstration of changes in most recent APA edition.
- APA 6th Edition Style Headings – Examples of the different levels of headings.
- Meeting APA 2 Spaces After Periods Requirement – Video of how to easily change from one space to two spaces after periods to meet 6th edition guidelines.
- Long Quotation Requirements – How to space longer quotations in APA 6th edition.
- Removing that Extra Space Between Paragraphs – Video demonstration of how to use the home tab in Word to find paragraph settings to remove any spaces from in between paragraphs.
- Accessing Headers and Page Numbers in Word – Video demonstration of how to set up headers and page numbers.
- Top 10 Most Common Writing Mistakes – Additional APA information, first person explanation, vocabulary, grammar, anthropomorphisms, Wikipedia, and more.
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