This guide is intended to help you orient yourself to the Shapiro Library's resources and services, to identify and locate sources books, articles, etc. Check out the orientation video below or navigate through the tabs to the left to get started. Don't forget that you can always ask a librarian if you need additional help email ask snhu. Still can't find the answer to your question? Browse all our FAQs! Accessibility Information.
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It is a set of rules for publications, including research papers. In APA, you must "cite" sources that you have paraphrased, quoted or otherwise used to write your research paper. Cite your sources in two places:. Items can be tracked down online using their doi. In-Text Citation : A brief note at the point where information is used from a source to indicate where the information came from.
There are many different styles for formatting references and various publications have different requirements for references. You can find manuals of style in the library in the Reference area on the second floor in the WZ section. Online you can consult:.
What is an annotated bibliography? When and why is it used? Also, what are in-text citations and why do we use them?