APA Style Blog
February 22, 20210
APA Style Journal Article Reporting Standards (APA Style JARS) are a set of guidelines for papers reporting quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research that can be used by instructors, students, and all others reading and writing research papers.
January 22, 20210
Academic Writer’s advanced authoring technology and digital learning tools allow students to take a hands-on approach to learning the scholarly research and writing process.
October 27, 20200
This post links directly to APA Style topics of interest that users may not even know exist on the website.
October 14, 20200
Use parentheses to provide information important for a work’s identification and retrieval. Use square brackets to describe works.
April 21, 20200
To support students and instructors during the COVID-19 pandemic, APA is making 13 Academic Writer tutorials and quick guides available for free.
March 20, 20200
To support academic libraries and their many patrons during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are providing temporary free access to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th and 7th editions), the Concise Guide to APA Style, and more than 160 other books published by APA Books through VitalSource and RedShelf.
March 19, 20200
The What’s New guide describes the most notable updates and changes to seventh edition style, with links to APA Style webpages and Publication Manual sections where you can find additional information.
March 16, 20200
To help slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), officials have canceled many public events, including conferences and conventions. This has raised a question for researchers who were planning to present.
February 25, 20200
The APA Style team is proud to announce the arrival of the Basics of Seventh Edition APA Style tutorial! Users of APA Style around the world can view this tutorial for free to learn about seventh edition APA Style.
November 7, 20190
For a work with up to 20 authors, include all the names in the reference. When the work has 21 or more authors, include only the first 19 names, an ellipsis, and the final name.
Periodicals are works published on a regular basis such as journals, magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and even blogs.