APA Style Workshop, Tuesday November 1st, 5-6pm

Does your professor require that you use the APA (American Psychological Association) format for your research paper? Many disciplines in the social sciences prefer this style for research papers, articles, and other publications. The Writing Studio invites you to attend their next workshop, “APA Style and Formatting,” presented by Tarika Sullivan- White from the College of Education. Tarika Sullivan is a doctoral student in the College of Education who works as an elementary educator in a metro-Atlanta school system. The workshop will be Tuesday November 1st from 5:00-6:00pm in the Troy Moore Library, located on the 9th floor of the General Classroom Building.

You can also learn more about APA style from the OWL Purdue APA page or by looking at the print volume available in the University Library, Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association .

GIL-Find and many databases such as Academic Search Complete provide citation information in APA and other formats.

Here’s a recap of the workshop information: “APA Style and Formatting” workshop presented by the Writing Studio and run by Tarika Sullivan- White, Tuesday November 1st, 5-6pm in the Troy Moore Library, 9th floor General Classroom Building.  All faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend.


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