Learn the Basics of APA Style

Learn the basics of writing in APA style including what APA is, why we use it, the basic components of citation style, and where to find help. Gain the skills to create in-text citations for both paraphrases and quotations along with the key elements for reference page citations. Identify where to locate information needed for citations and how they are incorporated within your research paper or assignment. Locate APA citation and formatting guides, examples and tutorials in our online resources. This information is crucial for successful paper writing. Learn it all by watching the webinar below.

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This article was written by the Rasmussen College Library and Learning Center. From research techniques to citation preferences, Librarians across Rasmussen College’s 22 campuses possess a wealth of knowledge to help improve a student’s academic experience. They help students navigate online resources for academic research, answer APA formatting and citation questions, utilize NoodleBib tools for coursework, and give insight on library resources, including books, databases, and online articles. Look back for future webinars.

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