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INCO 610: Research Inquiry Seminar (UNH Durham)

Introduction to research resources for students in the McNair Scholars Program

APA Style Resources

Zotero

Which version do you need?

  • Do you want ZoteroBib? It's a quick, easy way to create the occasional bibliography, without creating an account. FAQs
  • Or the full version of Zotero that can help you archive and curate sources over a period of time?

Download and install:

  1. Go to Zotero.org and click Download now.
  2. Download Zotero 5.0 for your operating systems AND the Zotero Connector for the browser you use.

Styles and Databases

Some library databases allow you to get bibliographic information in selected styles such as APA when emailing and saving records.

Always double check citations produced electronically to make sure they are in correct APA style. No citation generator is infallible.

Plagiarism, Copyright, and Fair Use

Plagiarism is a very serious academic transgression. Copyright law, and exceptions such as fair use, can be complex. To learn more, check out the following resources: