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Topics in Companion Animal Issues: Animals and Health: Writing and Citing

Research guide for students of the class Topics in Companion Animal Issues: Animals and Health at SEBS.

APA Style

APA stands for American Psychological Association and is a common formatting style for essays and papers in various disciplines. APA style has unique formats for in-text citations and reference pages.

APA maintains its own website with multiple examples of how to format your paper and cite your sources. The latest APA Manual 7th edition is available on the APA website.

APA Help

APA Tutorials (Rutgers restricted)

Managing the research process with citation managament tools

With a research and bibliographic management tool such as RefWorks or EndNote, you can

  • collect information (citations and full text articles) from online databases and websites by importing or entering manually 
  • organize, customize, and store above information in folders and subfolders, including  reading, highlighting, and annotating documents
  • add in-text citations and footnotes to a paper directly from your RefWorks library
  • create and format a bibliography of works cited in a variety of citation styles
  • share documents to collaborate with other researchers

Plagiarism Warning!

Plagiarism is a major concern at every level in education and publishing.Rutgers has several resources to help you avoid it, including the Rutgers Academic Integrity Policy.

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