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Refworks has a new look. Use the new and improved RefWorks to collect, manage and organize research papers and documents. You can read annotate, organize, and cite your research as well as collaborate with friends and colleagues by sharing collections. Get help with RefWorks in our New RefWorks Guide or view the Learn to Use RefWorks video playlist on YouTube.
Attention existing legacy users: legacy Refworks will be available until January 2018. Migrate all of your existing references to the new RefWorks. Learn how.
If you already use "legacy" RefWorks, you can migrate all of your existing references to the new RefWorks when you are ready. Learn how with this short video.
Learn to Use RefWorks in 20 Minutes (YouTube videos)
The following document demonstrates how to export citations and references from the Library Catalog, FGCU Library Databases, PubMed and Google Scholar.
APA style guide to electronic references ebook (2012)
Concise rules of APA style Ask at Reference Desk BF76.7.C66 2010
Displaying your findings: a practical guide for creating figures, posters and presentations Gen BF76.8 .N53 2010
Doing your education research project Gen LB1028 .B7875 2014
The good writing guide for education students. / LB2369 .W97 2012
Publication manual of the American Psychological Association Ref BF76.7 .P83 2010 (2 copies) & Ref Desk (1 copy) & 3 day Reserve
Writing literature reviews: A guide for students of the social and behavioral sciences (6th ed.) REF H62 .G35 2014
|APA Web Resources|
Basics of APA Style (20 minute tutorial by American Psychological Association)
APA Style from Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)
Frequently Asked Questions about APA Style from the American Psychological Association
APA LibGuide from Nova Southeastern University.
University of Maryland University College offers numerous examples of items within the Reference list as well in-text citations.
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