There is a very easy way to in text citation and referencing. In this video it will focus on 1. APA format 2. Microsoft Word 2007, 2010, 2013 3. Advance in text citation Any format (style can learned) See the bold area? It’s a quotation. First we are going to cite at the end of the quotation. Click reference tab. Select your style. I am going to choose A P A style. You can choose which one you want. Now, click manage resource from reference tab. Click, New, to input a new reference. Select the reference type. I will use Book. A box with few black field will appear. Now you have to fill it. I will collect information on the quotation, and I will fill these fields. Try to find all information, however if you don’t find it. Leave it blank. Click Okey. If the new reference is not on the current list, select it from master list. Then click copy to send it to master list. Now, click insert citation from reference tab. Click the citation you want to insert. Remember citation will be inserted where your mouse courser is. So correctly position it before you insert it. When a reference is a direct quotation, it is important to mention the page number. To do that click on the in text citation. Then click edit citation. And then input your page number. Click ok. And this is the basics of creating in text citation. Now I am going to delete it. And show you how to insert an in text citation at the beginning of the quotation. When you are using in text citation at the beginning of the quotation you cannot use the author name because you have to use it like this Capital punishment is defined by Kronenwetter then the in text citation then the quotation. To do that we have to exclude the author name from the in text citation, and have to manually write the last name of author. Click insert citation, then click on the inserted in text citation. Click edit citation. Click exclude author. Now remember what I said about direct quotation? Yes! You have to insert page number. But some style do not support inserting page number at the beginning of the quotation. So again insert citation at the end of the quotation, then exclude, title, author & year input page number. And you are done. Easy Right? Thank you for watching. In the next Video I will show how to manage bibliography. Please like the video and subscribe to my channel
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This 10 minute video describes the three elements required for in-text citations per APA style. It also explains two ways of citing sources within your essay and how to cite a source within a source.
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How to type APA Style references and citations using Reference Point Software and Word 2003 or older versions of Word. (Legacy video: see our web site for more up-to-date versions of Word)
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Psychologists like to have their own style of formatting and referencing. It's not too difficult, but make sure you follow their guidelines closely. We hear that they like to analyze the heck out of mistakes (not that we would know anything about that, of course). Learn more about writing on our website: http://www.shmoop.com/essay-lab/
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The SSTC presents a beginner's guide to APA Citation Style. Please reference your APA Handbook for all citations as this recording is not all inclusive and is only meant to be a general introduction to the citation style. Contact the SSTC if you have any questions: 843-349-7872.
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A quick tutorial explaining Chicago/Turabian's notes/bibliography style for Conestoga College students.
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APA Format: Reference list using Google Scholar Create an APA reference list quickly using Google Scholar. This is a great time saver when citing in the APA style (or MLA and Chicago) when searching for literature. If this video was helpful, hit the like button. To be updated with any new videos, please subscribe. MY FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/StudySkills101 MY TWITTER: https://twitter.com/SS101JR Intro made using Animoto Pamgaea Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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To browse to a particular section of the video click on the link in the table of contents below. (0:00) - Introduction (0:04) - Overview (0:27) - What is APA Citation Style? (1:34) - Why is Referencing Necessary? (3:20) - What is Plagiarism? (7:21) - Where do I use APA Citation Style? (8:56) - When don't I Need to Reference? (10:54) - References (12:45) - Print Publications (15:33) - Referencing a Book (16:55) - Referencing an Article or Chapter in an Edited Print Book (18:46) - Electronic/Web Sources (21:23) - Referencing a Web Document (23:51) - Referencing Journal Articles from a Library Database (26:12) - Other Electronic Sources (26:38) - Images (27:54) - What if there is no date? (28:41) - In Text Citations (30:04) - Integrating Research (31:35) - Using APA for Quotations (33:15) - Using APA for Long Quotations (34:43) - Using APA with a Paraphrased Statement (36:38) - Using APA with a Summarized Statement (37:30) - Quoting a Quote (39:26) - Headings in APA (40:33) - APA Format (41:37) - Sample APA Cover Page (42:23) - Resources to help with APA
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This video explains how to in-text and end-text reference using the American Psychological Association 6th edition referencing system.
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This video briefly explains what a citation style is, and what sorts of rules apply in MLA & APA format. This is the described video version of the interactive tutorial found at: http://library.norquest.ca/find.aspx#Find-Tutorials
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This video demonstrates editing in-text citations. Topics include: When author is used in the sentence, To add page numbers, Converting to static text to add 'et al.' or 'as cited in', Citing more than one source at once.
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