Referencing journal articles in both the APA 7th and the APA 6th style
What does a journal article look like?

What does a journal article look like?

A journal article is a self-contained paper found in a journal. They often present an in-depth discussion or critical evaluation of a research study, or the relevant literature on a specific topic. You can search across thousands of journal articles, which the university subscribes to,…

Vancouver style – Referencing a JOURNAL ARTICLE

Vancouver style – Referencing a JOURNAL ARTICLE

This This Library video will show you how to reference an online journal article in the Vancouver style. The details for citing a journal article are usually found on the article or on the database landing page of the article. Important details include Author of…

The difference between an edited book, and a journal article: APA
How to reference a website

How to reference a website

To reference a website you will again need to gather the information you need first. You need to know the person or organisation who wrote or created the webpage, the year the webpage was created or last updated, and the title of the webpage. You…

How to Reference: Journal Articles and Websites

How to Reference: Journal Articles and Websites

Hi and welcome to Referencing Module Part 3, which covers the common reference types and how to reference them. In this, the second of our ‘common referencing types videos’, we’ll show you how to reference journal articles, and also a website. Let’s begin with a…

APA 6th Referencing: Journal Articles

APA 6th Referencing: Journal Articles

Hi. In this quick video I will explain how to reference a journal article in the APA sixth referencing style. This is an example of a journal article referenced correctly using APA sixth style. You will see that there is the first author’s surname followed…