APA Fact of the Week: Citing Web Content

Citing web content in the reference list follows a similar format to other references. Basic Format: Author, A. (date). Title of document [Format description]. Retrieved from http://url Ex. Martin, G. R. R. (2015, June 10). Wars, woes, work [Web log post]. Retrieved from http://grrm.livejournal.com/ *A format description is only necessary if the format is unusual

APA Editing: Standard In-Text Citation Rules

One of the most-oft reasons APA editing is necessary for students’ theses or dissertations is to make sure their in-text citations are formatted correctly and included where required.  You must include a citation each and every time you paraphrase, reference, or use a quotation from a source other than yourself, and let’s face it—that’s often.

The Law of the Farm and Your Dissertation

Too often in our undergraduate years we’ve learned to cram for school and tests.  You may have procrastinated all semester, and then pulled all-nighters for the final paper or test.  Cramming is antithetical to the law of the farm.  The Law of the Farm essentially says that to be a farmer, you have to plan,

APA Citation: Why Outsourcing It May Save Your Sanity

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