Video clip from the movie Hidden Figures(2016) adapted by Kimberly Vansickle on YouTube. Vansickle says: "Video which speaks to the merits of digital citizenship, attribution, plagiarism, copyright, and giving credit where credit is due."
All of the following guides and checklists have been created by the American Psychological Association.
This document provides an overview of what’s new in the seventh edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Content throughout the manual has been significantly expanded and revised from the sixth edition.
There are two common types of plagiarism: (a) improper use of someone else’s words and (b) improper use of someone else’s ideas. Both forms of plagiarism involve using someone else’s words or ideas without appropriately acknowledging the author or source.
Use this checklist while writing your paper to make sure it is consistent with seventh edition APA Style. This checklist
corresponds to the writing and formatting guidelines described in full in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed.).
Remember to cite all ideas, findings, results, or other information that is not your own and is not common knowledge. It may be helpful to highlight or annotate your paper to remind yourself of what information comes from another source and what is your contribution.
This worksheet will help you create complete APA Style reference list entries. For each reference element (author, date, title, and source), basic information and representative examples are shown. Use this information to identify the reference elements for your own work and enter them in the text box below each table.