Hello, I am working on a APA paper and had one video to say that at the bottom of the title page you should put the name of your course and your instructors name and the date you submit it, then another video did not include this. What is the right way?
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If it is formatted in APA style, your title page should have the following information in the following order. This will all be centered on the page.
Your Assignment Title
Date of submission
Course Name (not always required)
Course Number (not always required)
Instructor Name (not always required)
Date (not always required)
The first 3 elements are required on every APA paper in that order (APA 6th Ed.), regardless of the institution. The last four elements are optional elements that can vary from school to school as to their placement and order. This is why you will see variations in examples from different sources. Since the date is an optional element, it is placed where ever your school requires it. However. this information does not go at the bottom of the page. It is vertically and horizontally centered.
The best source for APA information second only to the APA manual (or me) is Purdue's Online Writing Lab: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/
This site is current with APA 6th Ed. conventions and should be accurate until the release of 7th Ed.