Provide a reference every time you quote, paraphrase or summarize someone else’s ideas, theories, information or data, no matter what the source. This includes facts, figures, tables, charts and images.
The source must be referenced whether it is:
Your reference list may include:
Books, journals, reports, personal correspondence, case studies, blog posts, lectures, podcasts, videos, television programs, interviews and more.
You do not have to cite:
APA Style Referencing is:
Referencing has two elements:
2. Reference List -
Tokuhama-Espinosa, T. (2010). New Science of Teaching and Learning. New York : Teachers College Press.
One of the better citation generators is Landmark Son of Citation Machine. However, a tool is a tool, not a magic wand. Machines (including computers) are not sensitive to all the variations that can influence the appearance of a citation. Thus you may need to do a little editing of spacing or other details. Do not just accept; always double check, especially since the new 6th edition of the APA Style manual made MANY changes.