|Welcome to the Citation and Writing Assistance Guide! This guide provides tools to assist you with your writing process, including helping you cite in APA format. If you have any questions and want advice, please contact a Campus Academic Dean, Academic Coach, the Librarian, or consult with your instructor about the correct format for your paper.
Please see your instructor, Academic Coach, or Campus Academic Dean for help with Turnitin.
|Helpful Guides, Handouts, and Websites
|Tutor.com Writing Center
Tutor.com In-text Citation Guide
| APA Format 7th Edition: Reference Page
|Style and Grammar Guidelines (APA)
|In-text citations made easy: APA 7th edition format Tutorial (16:21)
Why is it important to cite references in your research paper?
|Citation: A (Very) Brief Introduction (1:54)
|Citing Sources: Why & How to do it (5:37)
Note: these videos may reference citing in another style (e.g., MLA, Chicago, etc.). Remember, we use APA 7th Edition style, but you will find that the basic concepts in these videos will apply to writing papers at Carrington College.
The following citation generators may be useful in automatically generating citations for your reference list. These are FREE resources, but most of them have a PAID version. The FREE versions should give you the information you need, but you may get lots of ads too.
|OSLIS Citation Maker
|Provided by the Oregon School Library Information System (OSLIS), generates citations in APA 7th edition format
|Generates citations in APA 7th edition format and helps format papers (Bibme®, a Chegg Service)
|Compiled by experts (and with less ads), generates citations and explains formatting (©Typecite Limited)
|Downloadable tool that helps collect, organize, cite, and share research (©Corporation for Digital Scholarship)
Overview of APA 7th edition format and citation generator (Citation Machine®, a Chegg Service)
Using Citation Generators Responsibly (from Purdue OWL)
|REMEMBER: You will need to check these citations for accuracy! If you have any questions and want advice, please contact your Instructor, a Campus Academic Dean, Academic Coach, or the Librarian about the correct format for your paper.
Grammarly is an online grammar check program. It checks 250 points of grammar, contextually checks your spelling, makes vocabulary suggestions as well as having apps to use for working in your browser, anywhere on the web and in Microsoft Office.
The basic version is free to everyone. There is a paid version that is more comprehensive and is probably only necessary for serious writing issues.
Once you have an account it provides the option of a drag & drop or upload function to submit your paper for review. Then Grammarly scans your text for grammar, spelling corrections needed and offers vocabulary suggestions.