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Resources

Check out these links that can help you format your APA citations.

NSU Students

The NSU Tutoring and Testing Center (TTC) provides assistance to students in a variety of subject areas, including writing. The TTC can be reached at (954) 262-8350

College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, Department of Justice and Human Services

Guidelines for the Preparation and Processing of Dissertations

College of Engineering and Computing

Dissertation Guide (for students who entered the program before Fall 2014)

Fischler College of Education Students

Refer to SharkWrites for more information about program-specific requirements.

Videos

APA Videos in LibraryLearn

Citation Tools

Databases

Many library databases have a citation generator feature. Some will format a reference list from selected articles, others will format a single citation that you can copy and paste into your document.

Be aware that citation generators such as these, can often make mistakes in the retrieval statement. In the example below from a ProQuest database, the generator has used the URL from the browser window instead of the URL for the journal’s homepage, which is what APA requires if there is no DOI number.

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EndNote

Nova Southeastern University provides EndNote software to faculty, students, and staff of the university. Visit the NSU Libraries’ EndNote guide for more information and to download the software.

Other Programs

EndNote is just one citation and file managing program. Others include RefWorks, Zotero, and Mendeley. Whatever program or citation management method you use, make sure you’re comfortable with it and that it works for you.