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Finding Information Research Guide
Information on researching, writing, and formatting papers and projects.
GTC Writing Center
The Writing Center’s mission is to assist writers of all levels and disciplines to improve their writing and grammar skills.
APA Writing Style
Research Guide created by GTC librarians to help students use APA style in their writing.
Citing Your Sources
Citation is the act of identifying sources. Any time you use anyone else's thoughts or language in papers, projects, or reports, you must create a citation to credit that person's authorship.
When teachers ask you to write in APA Style, they are referring to the editorial style that many of the social and behavioral sciences have adopted to present written material in the field. Here are some websites that show you how to write papers and create citations in APA format: