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You’ve searched the library databases and found some fabulous sources for your research paper. Now, you need to know how to cite them correctly in APA. Did you know that the APA revised citation formats for electronic references in 2012? If you are using the formats from the 2010, hard copy 6th edition, you run the risk of citing incorrectly, so the Leathery Libraries now provides free access to the addendum. Take a look at our latest video. It walks you through the process for accessing the guide.
If you have any questions about accessing this great resource, make sure to contact your Brandman librarians.