Saturday, September 21, 2013

APA vs. MLA - online journal articles

Citing a journal article is a bit more complicated than citing a book. The differences between APA and MLA (the most commonly-used styles in college classes) involve the formatting of the author's name, the placement of the publication year, the use (or not) of capital letters, the use of quotation marks (or not), how volume and issue numbers are presented, and whether you include a DOI or the date you accessed the article online.

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