In the Gallucci-Cirio Library:
Bookmark these sites!
Purdue University's OWL gives clear brief examples for almost every APA style question. Try it out!
A good place to find quick answers to questions such as: How do I format an entry for a book review in my Reference List? How do I cite a webpage that has no author? Not as complete as Purdue, but very easy to use.
A supplement to the APA Manual, available in PDF form online for personal use only. Provides detailed information for citing electronic resources, with examples and detailed explanations.
When you can't find the answer any place else, check the APA Style Blog. This blog is written by a group of experts, and they publish weekly posts on writing and publishing using APA style. You can search the blog, explore posts by category, and view the most recent posts and comments.
Corrections to the first printing of the 6th edition of the APA Style Guide (July 2009).
Additional resources to frequently asked questions about APA formatting.
It is important to practice good research methodology whether you are conducting interviews, administering surveys, or observing subjects. Consider some of these books to help you develop your own research tools:
Very often you will have a citation in hand - either from your professor, or from the bibliography of a book or another article. The easiest way to find the article in question is to use the library's Journal Locator.
When you enter the name of the journal in which the article appeared, Journal Locator will search all of the library's databases as well as the print collection (located on the 2nd floor), and link you to the content for which you are searching, if it is available.