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APA Style and Grammar Guidelines
Examples and explanations for the APA 7th edition style (Link to APA Style website).
APA. (2020). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed.). American Psychological Association (APA).
This guide has been developed to help Morling College Education and Counselling students to use the APA referencing style in their assignments. The 7th Edition of the Publication Manual is the guide for academic writing and referencing.
Click on the above (orange) tabs to find the type of resource you want to reference: for example, book, journal article, and so on.
If you are a Morling College Bible and Theology student you are required to use Chicago Footnote referencing style in your assignments.
The APA Publication Manual provides guidance on the conventions of academic writing: referencing is one element of academic writing. There is a companion website to this LibGuide that provides information on conventions of academic writing. This is an important resource particularly for students taking up study after a lengthy break and for those who have not studied at this level.