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Resources on other formatting styles, including Chicago Manual of Style (16th & 17th editions), ACS, AMA, and MLA. Current NSU students, faculty, and staff have access to additional online books and guides (Shark ID required) focused on writing, publishing, and formatting via the NSU Libraries.
APA Style CENTRAL
Current NSU students, faculty, and staff have free access to APA Style CENTRAL, an online institutional resource for learning, teaching, writing, and publishing in APA Style. Suggested web browsers include Firefox, Chrome, and Safari (Internet Explorer is not recommended). APA Style CENTRAL includes learning and teaching tools, authoring technology, and a variety of in-text and reference examples. You must login through the NSU Libraries using your NSU Shark username and password. Some parts of APA Style CENTRAL, such as the paper formatting tool, require you to register for a personal login.
The American Psychological Association has experts who post information, examples, and guidance on APA Style, writing, editing, publishing, and many “how to” areas of interest. This is a free official website.