Adapted from the sixth edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, this comprehensive guide offers up-to-date information on formatting electronic references in APA Style.
It outlines the key elements to include when referencing electronic sources, with an emphasis on using the digital object identifier (DOI) to locate web-based information reliably. Most important, it provides a wealth of examples for readers to model for everything from online journal articles to supplemental data sets and measurement instruments to books, videos, apps, websites, podcasts, blog posts, and social media. Approximately 70 examples are provided for readers to consider as they learn how to create reliable references for electronic sources.
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The Chicago Manual of Style Online (CMS) corresponds to the full-text of the printed Chicago Manual of Style. The database covers a variety of topics from manuscript preparation and publication to grammar, usage, documentation and citation guidelines. Additional topics include how to handle illustrations, quotations, foreign phrases, and mathematics in text. Also included is a section on rights and permissions. The database serves as a complete handbook of editing. Two (selectable) complete editions are included in the online database, the 15th edition originally published in 2003, and the 16th edition originally published in 2010.