anyone know of a website that does APA formatting?? I'm looking for a noodlebib type thing that I can just input data and the proper formatting is collaborated..
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Just wondering.. But why can you not use NoodleBib ?
I originally did with my first paper because thats all I ever used before, however, my professor at NU says it's incorrect formatting, so I've been on the hunt ever since!! (Also, I did not purchase the APA 6th edition as required).. To get back to your question, NoodleBib does have both APA and MLA options.. APA is (per my professor) not accurate.. Like I've said, I've used it (NoodleBib) in the past, just with MLA formatting though..
Oh okay . Haha . NoodleBib is the only one I know of . Sorry :/
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Wait so you're looking for just APA , right ? Not MLA ?
I've found bibme.org to be helpful
@Mary, yes just APA.. @dittman, me too!! that's what I have been using to format my paper thus far, but apparently it's incorrect says my professor.
Try Perrla. It is an add-on for MS Word. It is not free ($35), but it is well worth the money. It should be up-to-date with the current APA conventions (they have always been good about releasing updated versions shortly after the release of a new APA edition). Not only will it properly insert in-text citations and create an APA reference page based on your input, but it will also store all your references in a database for future use (quite handy) and will create a formatted title page and insert your running head (properly formatted) for you. It has other features as well. I have not used it in quite a while because I learned APA formatting after writing hundreds of papers in the format, but when I first started out Perrla was invaluable to me and it helped me learn APA formatting to the point I don't need it as a crutch anymore.
You can download it from: http://www.perrla.com/APADetails.aspx
Why not post the citation in question and we could parse it. Profs aren't always right...