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Introduction to APA Style (7th edition)
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More about APA Style (7th edition)
Most programs at RRU require students to use APA Style (7th edition). This guide gives you all the details, along with practice exercises to solidify your learning.
- Some programs continue to use APA Style (6th edition). Consult our guide for all the information you need to cite your sources correctly in this style.
- Need to cite statutes, cases, or legislation? Our Legal Citation guide can help.
- Grappling with a particular citation question and just can't find the answer? Consult our WriteAnswers FAQ bank for hundreds of answers to specific APA citation questions.