If you are in need of
some information about REFLECTIVE WRITING, please check out some of the
For information about
APA formatting, please check the following - note that some of the sites
also include reference suggestions for other formatting styles - be sure that
you are looking at the
- Citation Machine is an interactive Web tool designed to assist teachers
and students in producing reference citations for crediting information from
College of Connecticut has provided an excellent source of information
about using the APA style sheet - the site offers lots of examples. This
site provides information not only on formatting citations but also formatting
the pages, title pages, etc.
University Library offers suggestions for entering citations from either
electronic or print media; requires Adobe Acrobat.
Dr. Melvin E.
Page prepared suggestions for citations of Internet sources
APA Electronic Style Org.
offers suggestions on formatting references.
University of Minnesota has information about formatting references -
quite extensive and good examples provided.
University of Purdue provides an extensive on-line manual, including the
general format of your paper, referring to the works of others in the text,
references or citations, examples, as well as additional resources.
Psychology with Style
Hypertext Writing Guide by Dr. M. Plonsky offers detailed information about
writing to APA standards; the site was last updated in 2000 so some electronic
information may be lacking; however it is still well worth a look!
- Specific information on citing e-books can be
State University - offers an interesting site - there are links to
various sources of APA styles (as well as other styles) as well as other
links to, for example, abbreviations, almanacs, biographical information,
books & publishers, consumer information, country information, dictionaries,
government information, etc.
University Research Center - this is a great site - it offers the
format for the various types of citations that can be used (APA, Chicago,
MLA, Turabian, and CSE. For really specific information, you need to
review the APA guidelines - however this site does over a brief overview
which is a great refresher!
Library - offers numerous links to other sites containing information
- Using the American Psychological Association