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Radiographic Procedures 2 Collaborative Learning Project Guide

This guide collects information and resources for the Collaborative Learning Project in Radiographic Procedures 2.

Intro to APA for Radiography

Introduction to APA References and APA Style for the Collaborative Learning Project

We HIGHLY recommend you take the time to watch this before putting together your outline and References page. :)

Example APA Reference Entries and In-Text Citations

"Standard" Format for Textbook

  1. Author Last Name, First Initial.
  2. (Date/Year).
  3. Title of book.
  4. Publisher.
Textbook Reference Entry Example:

Schell, B., & Gillen, G. (2018). Willard and Spackman's occupational therapy (13th Ed.). Wolters Kluwer.

Textbook In-Text Citation Example:

(Schell & Gillen, 2018)

“Standard” Format for Online Database Journal Articles (WTC)

  1. Author Last Name, First Initial.
  2. (Date).
  3. Title of article.
  4. Title of Journal,
  5. Volume (Issue Numbers),
  6. Page Numbers
  7. Web Address…No longer required for APA 7 but WTC instructor prefers you still include this. 
Journal Article Reference Entry Example:

Anderson, S. M. (2007). Spinal curves and scoliosis. Radiologic Technology, 79(1), 44-68.

https://link.gale.com/apps/doc/A169410094/HRCA?u=la74598&sid=bookmark-HRCA&xid=fbf877aa.

Journal Article In-Text Citation Example:

(Anderson, 2007)

"Standard" Format for Interviews

Note that this is cited in text but not included on the References page.

  1. Interviewee (First initial. Last name),
  2. personal communication,
  3. Date of interview
Interview In-Text Citation Example:

(J. Johnson, personal communication, January 12, 2023).

Sample APA References Page

Don't forget to cite your textbook if you use that as a source!

Additional Resources on APA Style

For more information on citing sources using APA, you can also refer to our brief research guide on the topic, linked below.

Who can help me with APA?

Ellen and Keri are both happy to answer your questions about APA style citations and writing. Use the profile boxes in this guide to send us your question or connect with us.

We also work with a great team of writing tutors who are really comfortable with APA. They staff the Writing Center (located in the Learning Commons) as well as a drop-in Zoom Room (use the link below--no appointment necessary), so you can get your questions answered! 


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