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MGMT 490 Business Internship: APA Style

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APA Style Guides from the 7th Ed. website

The links below are directly from the APA Style website. Note that the School of Business may have requirements not listed in these, or other,  guides. Follow the APA Template provided in the LibGuide built for  your class, or your professor's instructions.

I no longer recommend the Online Writing Laboratory (OWL) at Purdue. Please note that the use of a Citation Generator is problematic if you do not already have a working knowledge of APA Style.

Legal References: In APA Style, most legal materials are cited in the standard legal citation style used for legal references across all disciplines. See Chapter 11 of the Publication Manual covers APA guidelines for legal references. For more information see The Bluebook: Uniform System of Citation (Bluebook, 2015). The Bluebook is available in the Wiggins Library Reference stacks (first floor) at call number KF245 .B58 2015.

Attributing your own work

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LFSB APA Tutorials & Videos

Vendor APA Tutorials (MS Word & Google Docs)

MS Word

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Google Docs

Use of Citation Generators & advice sites e.g. OWL at Perdue

Find the Publication Manual at Wiggins Library!

Copies of the Publication Manual (7th ed.) are available at the Wiggins Library, and most academic or public libraries.

Ask at the Circulation Desk or look for call number LB 2369.P8 2019 or LB 2369.P8 2020 in the Ready Reference stacks on the first floor.

GENERIC Guidelines for LFSB paper assignments

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