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How do I use APA style referencing?

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APA is an 'author date' referencing style which is updated by the American Psychological Association.

The UC Referencing Guide page includes the University's guide to referencing in APA as well as an online tutorial in the basics of APA. The Library also holds a variety of books on APA.

For more help, you can also contact Study Skills or come to the Library Service Desk on level B.

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