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Writing a Literature Review: Citing Sources

This guide is designed to help students writing a literature review for a Master's level project or paper. It can also be adapted to use with a large research project at other levels.

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The School of Education at St. Thomas uses the APA style manual.  The information below includes a brief guide to citing various items in APA form and guidance regarding Digital Object Identifiers (DOI's--a new requirement in the newest edition of the APA manual).  RefWorks is a bibliographic citation manager that is available for you to use.  It allows you to collect and manage your citations while you are working on a paper or project.  Then it can create the bibliography for your paper.  Contact one of the libraries for additional information.

Citing Things in APA

Finding DOIs and other issues

Need help with APA Style? We're here for you! Always feel free to email or set up an appointment.

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