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California State University Fullerton
Department of Child and Adolescent Studies

Tutorials on Using APA Style

The CAS Department has created a series of online tutorials to help students apply APA style formatting on their written assignments. CAS instructors may require students in some courses to view these tutorials in their entirety. However, each tutorial also has a Table of Contents so students can skip directly to the specific information they need. Closed captioning is available.

Tutorial #1: How to Format an APA Style Title Page
Does your instructor require your paper to have an APA style title page? This tutorial can help! A Table of Contents allows you to skip directly to the part of the tutorial most relevant to your needs.

 

Tutorial #2: How to Format an APA Style Reference Page
Many CAS instructors require students to document their sources in APA style on written assignments. This tutorial shows you how to format the reference page of your paper in terms of its overall structure and appearance. A Table of Contents allows you to skip directly to the part of the tutorial most relevant to your needs.

 

Tutorial #3: How to Format In-Text Citations in APA Style
Does your written assignment require APA style citations? This tutorial will help you understand why CAS instructors often require students to cite their sources in APA style. It also gives practical information, like when you should cite your sources at the paragraph level and how to format those citations correctly. A Table of Contents allows you to skip directly to the part of the tutorial most relevant to your needs.

 

Tutorial #4: How to Format APA Style Reference Entries
Documenting a source correctly on an APA style reference page can be complicated! This tutorial provides instructions for some of the most common types of sources you are likely to use in your CAS papers, including scholarly journal articles, books and book chapters, and websites. A Table of Contents allows you to skip directly to the type of source you are trying to write a reference entry for.

 

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