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Thursday Thoughts: Our Top APA Style-Related Webinars

Happy Thursday, Writers. Along with our current APA series on the blog, we'd like to share with you our top webinars we recommend to writers learning the finer points of writing in APA style. In no particular order:


APA Citations (Parts 1: Methods to the Madness): The first half of this two-part series introduces the important concepts related to documenting sources in APA style. Citations are covered in detail, and so too are references entries and lists. The most common types of sources Walden students will encounter are discussed here (for a look at citing and referencing less-common sources, check out APA Citations Part 2: Nontraditional Sources).

Using and Integrating Quotes and Paraphrasing Source Information: These two 'practical skills webinars' are all about joining APA rules with APA style. Sure, you have to know how to document your sources in order to quote and paraphrase from sources, but there is also an artfulness to be learned in doing so gracefully. 

References List Checklist: For those of us who are never quite sure what a 'correct reference entry' looks like we have this webinar. This might be the most useful hour you spend working on your writing. It not only tells you how to construct effective references pages, but it explains why it's important to do so. The more you know, the better you will become as a writer.

And there you have it, our top APA Style-Related Webinars. Remember, our webinars are recorded from LIVE presentations and can be streamed on-demand the day after they are originally broadcast. Check out our live schedule and see our entire catalog of webinars by visiting our Webinar home page

Happy Writing!


The Walden University Writing Center has a library of webinars on a gamut of academic writing related topics. As with all of our resources, our webinars are created to appeal to a variety of writers at a variety of skill levels at a variety of stages in their writing process. Please leave us a comment and let us know how we can be more helpful.  


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