You have resources, how do you incorporate multiple resources and join the scholarly conversation? This Research Toolkit workshop includes 4 videos, each under 5 minutes long, and one video is done in collaboration with University Writing Center that can support you with your writing.
Once you're comfortable with how and why to integrate your sources, how do you credit the author(s) or creator(s)?
Include in-text citations and references of which resources you used and included!
Some useful APA Citation Format resources are below.
The most recent edition of this book is available for a 2-hour loan at the Circulation Desk.
When searching in a database, you can find a generated citation for a resource.
In the below image, you can see a screenshot of the above-mentioned cite button. In the purple box is the cite button. In the red box is the citation style.
In the below image, you can see errors in the generated citation. The author's name is in all caps, the article title is improperly capitalized, and the DOI is not listed. Be aware of this when using generated citation tools.