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LING 6010: Abdulkafi Albirini: Organizing and Citing


Citing Your Sources

APA Style

According to APA style guidelines, you need as much of the following information as you can find about your sources:

  • Author and/or editor name(s)
  • Title of the source (e.g., website, book, article)
  • Title of the larger work (e.g., journal, encyclopedia, magazine, book series)
  • Date of publication
  • Publication information (volume, issue, and page range for articles; publisher name and location for books)
  • Date you accessed the source (if electronic)
  • Web address or DOI (Digital Object Identifier)

APA Guides

Recommended sources for help with APA style guidelines:

The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (7th edition) is available at:

Merrill-Cazier Info Desk, 1st Floor
2nd floor books stacks: BF 76.7 .P83 2020
Course Reserves

Organizing Your Sources

Citation Organizers