U of T Writing: Annotated Bibliography
This U of T guide written by Deborah Knott, New College Writing Centre, helps you to get a sense of how to write an APA-style annotated bibliography.
U of T Writing: How to Write Essays
"Before you plunge into research or writing, think through the specific topic you are dealing with. Remember, you are not being asked just to collect facts, but to develop and display your powers of reasoning." Margaret Procter, UofT Writing.
The Robert Gillespie Academic Skills Centre offers individual consultations on the writing and planning process, and on study skills.
Well-structured tutorials on the APA style from the American Psychological Association.
APA 6th ed. Guide (Purdue OWL)
A comprehensive APA guide with great examples, including a full sample paper.
DOIs, or digital object identifiers, should be included in every complete APA citation. Learn more about DOIs from this document.
This free app links a resource with its DOI.
When you are researching and writing for your psychology courses, you are practicing how to participate in the conversation of scholarship.
The main rule of conversation is showing where facts and ideas you did not originate actually came from. This is called citing. Watch the video below to review the concepts of paraphrasing, quoting and citing:
A page devoted to helping you explore citation management software like Zotero, RefWorks, Mendeley, EndNote, WizFolio and others.
Do you have a RefWorks account? If not, please be sure to click on the red link and create a new one. Please use only you U of T email address (as opposed to non-institutional ones) when registering for the service.
A comprehensive online manual with answers for all questions on importing and formatting references. RefWorks is well supported by the UofT library catalogue and other scholarly research tools such as databases.