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About APA Style, 7th Edition
The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association sets the standard for the format of scholarly publications in the social sciences.
Publishing Your Work in a Journal
If you're thinking of publishing your research in an academic journal or are invited to publish in a journal you're unfamiliar with, here are some resources that may help:
Look for the Refereed symbol next to the journal title in this database of information about journals
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:
- Go to Zotero.org and click Download now.
- Download Zotero 5.0 for your operating systems AND the Zotero Connector for the browser you use.
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:
Briefly describes difference between plagiarism and copyright infringement, with links to copyright basics, from Purdue University.
From OWL at Purdue
How to Avoid Plagiarism
From Northwestern University
Sponsored by iParadigms LLC, makers of Turnitin, WriteCheck, and iThenticate.
Basic information and links, from UNH Library