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EME 6051 Models of Learning and Instruction: Citations

Class guide for EME 6051 taught by Dr. Caloff.

Citations LibGuide

For more in-depth information on Citations, please click on the Citations LibGuide!

Center for Writing Excellence

The University’s Writing Center (WC) is devoted to supporting and promoting academic and professional writing for all members of the FAU community, including undergraduate and graduate students, staff, faculty, and visiting scholars. 

Online appointments are available for distance students. 

Boca Raton Location:
Building: General Classroom South (GS)
Room: 215
Phone: 561.297.3498

Citation Creating Tools

Please keep in mind, the following tools are a guide. Please verify the accuracy of any citations produced by these tools. 

APA Boot Camp - video and printable resources now available!

Need to brush up on APA style? View our APA Boot Camp LibGuide, with recently (live) recorded video and printable resources. 

Return to the APA Boot Camp guide often to view updates!

Creating an APA Research Paper

Additional Resources

How to Move to RefWorks (New)

Here's the short version.

  1. Bookmark the new log-in page:  http://refworks.proquest.com 
  2. You may see a link at the top left side of the page to "Move to the newest version of RefWorks from ProQuest." Click on that, OR you may be prompted to create a new account as soon as you try to log into RefWorks.
  3. Create a new login name and password. NOTE: Your login name should be your FAU email address - and you can set your own password.
  4. Your references, file attachments, folders, and custom output styles will automatically be moved to your new RefWorks account.
  5. Install the new "Save to RefWorks" browser bookmarklet to capture reference data (and sometimes even full-text) from web pages. (Click on your name in the upper right-hand corner, choose "Tools," then "Install Save to RefWorks" and drag the new Save to RefWorks bookmarklet onto your browser's favorites bar.