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    APA guidelines

    When you cite sources in accordance with the APA guidelines, you can use “De APA-richtlijnen uitgelegd: een praktische handleiding voor bronvermelding in het hoger onderwijs”(opens in new tab). However, this only applies to Dutch-language products.

    If you are writing in English, you can use the original English-language APA guidelines(opens in new tab).

    The APA guidelines libguide(opens in new tab) provides many useful resources on the general use of the guidelines, as well as detailed information on specific situations. 

    Finally, check out the video's below for step-by-step instructions on how to properly cite various types of sources.

    APA guidelines 7th edition

    What is APA and why is it used? An introduction bases on APA 7th edition.

    What is the difference between the 6th and 7th edition of the guidelines? The most important differences at a glance

    How do you include an (online) book in the reference list?

    What is paraphrasing and citing? And how does it work?

    How do you include an (online) journal article in the reference list?

    How do you refer to a personal communication in your report?

    How do you include a webpage in the reference list?

    How do you include a thesis or a dissertation in a reference list?

    How do you include a bookchapter in the reference list?

    How do you refer to images, tables and figures in your report?

    How do you deal with copyrights, Creative Commons licenses and images in the public domain?

    How can you use APA in a reference manager?