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The IIRP Graduate School uses the latest edition of American Psychological Association (APA) writing style, or APA Style, for presenting ideas and data, formatting papers, and citing sources in student assignments and scholarly publications. APA Style is the most widely-used framework for academic writing in the social sciences.

Key resources

IIRP APA Writing Guide cover

Download the IIRP Graduate School Writing & APA Style Guidelines (PDF). This guide is illustrated with examples of references from the literature of restorative practices. It covers the most frequently-asked APA-related style topics requested by IIRP students, faculty and staff, and includes file-naming guidelines for student assignments.

APAPubManual7cover smThe Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Seventh Edition is the definitive resource for APA writing, citaton and paper formatting style; a must-have for all students and scholars in the social sciences. We highly recommend that you obtain this essential item from the bookseller of your choice.  |  Introduction (PDF)

Additional tools

Resources from APA

Online tutorial:  Basics of 7th edition APA Style. Self-paced learning modules cover key components of APA Style.

APA Style and Grammar Guidelines: Information and examples for the most commonly-used elements of APA Style, including:

Checklists, quick guides and templates for paper formatting, citations and references, and mechanics of style.

APA Style Blog:  APA in-house editors provide practical advice and in-depth insights on a wide array of formatting, referencing and writing style subjects. Submit your own questions on various blog topics.

Purdue University OWL - APA Style Guide
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Reference services available
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Contact the Librarian for questions or to schedule an appointment.

Zeau D. Modig
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librarian@iirp.edu
Phone: 610-807-3007