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Disaster Preparedness - Prof. Nardozzi: Citation

This guide will lead you to resources on disaster preparedness and coordination.

Citing Your Sources

You will be using APA format for your paper. 

When you are ready to cite the sources you have used for your research, visit the library's homepage to find sources that will help you cite in APA format. It will offer example citations for the most common source types.  

Even if you use a citation maker (EasyBib, NoodleTools etc) you must still check your citations again the APA guide to make sure they are 100% correct.

If you need help, ask a librarian or submit your question to Ask us anything!

Many of the databases are provided through the EBSCO platform. EBSCO is not the name of a database. Look for the name above the search box to use in your citations.

Additional Citation Help

The above video will show you how to set up your paper in APA format in Word (how to insert a running page header etc).