Margins 1” on all sides.
Recommended font size 12pt. Times New Roman.
Your paper should have a page header or “running head” at the top of every page. The running head should not be more than 50 characters, and can be a shortened version of the title of your paper. After the title page, there should be an abstract of about 150 -200 words of your paper.
IN-TEXT CITATION INFORMATION
When using APA formatting style, in-text citations use the author (year) system.
"Academic libraries constitute a fundamental part of college and university transformation and success in the 21st century" (Dewey, 2017).
When you cite a source within the text, there must be a corresponding listing of the source in your reference list.
REFERENCE LIST (examples)
1. Author/s. 2. (Year of publication). 3. Title of article. 4. Title of journal, Vol. num(issue num. if available), pages.
Klug, J. R. (2014). Spotlight on frontotemporal dementia. Nursing 2014 44(8), 55-58.
1. Author/s and/or editor/s. 2. (Year of publication). 3. Title of book. 4. Publisher
Jotlikoff, L. J. (2007). The healthcare fix. MIT Press.
1. Author. 2. (Date published). 3. Title of work. 4. Title of online periodical, Vol. num(issue num, if available), pages. Retrieved from (url)
Lantz, P. M. (2008). Gender and leadership in healthcare administration: 21st century progress and challenges. Journal of Healthcare Management, 53(5), 291-301. Retrieved from http://libraries.maine.edu/mainedatabases/authmaine.asp?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=34724895&site=ehost-live
For more examples, refer to https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/references/examples
A short tutorial to help you understand how to cite in APA citation style.