Answered By: APUS Librarians Last Updated: Jun 09, 2023 Views: 16762
You can find style guides, which include citation examples for a variety of different source types, linked on the library's website. (Not sure which style guide you should be using? Click here.)
On the library's website, look in the RESOURCES menu for the links beneath WRITING.
You will see all of the style guides used in APUS courses listed: APA Style, Bluebook Style, Chicago (Author-Date) Style, Chicago (Notes-Bib) Style, MLA Style, Turabian (Author-Date) Style, or Turabian (Notes-Bib) Style.
Not sure how to use a style guide? Visit The Writing Process at Writing@APUS for tips!
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