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Below are examples of 6th Edition APA citations that are most commonly used by students at the College of DuPage. For additional examples and rules, please consult the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed., 2010)

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APA Multimedia Sources (6th Edition)

Audio (Podcast)

Writer or Producer. (Function). (Date produced or posted). Title of podcast or audio recording [Type of Work]. Retrieved from URL of website

AHRQ. (Producer). (2008, December 18). Healthcare 411 News Series from AHRQ [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from http://healthcare411.ahrq.gov/featureAudio.aspx?id=891

APA Manual p. 210

Images (Online)

Author or Artist if available. (Year image was created). Title of work [Type of Work]. Retrieved from URL of website

Netter, F. (2005). Heart [Electronic illustration]. Retrieved from
http://www.usciences.edu/museum/netter_detail3.htm

APA Manual pp. 209-210

Images (No Author, No Title, No Date)

[Description of image]. (n.d.). [Type of Work]. Retrieved from URL of website

[Untitled image of a chest]. (n.d.). [X-ray photograph]. Retrieved from
http://www.heartfailurematters.org/EN/UnderstandingHeartFailure/Pages/174.aspx

APA Manual pp. 209-210

Videos (Film)

Recording

Director and/or Producer. (Function). (Year of release). Title of video [Medium consulted]. Available from URL of distributor website

Grazer, B., Bevan, T., & Fellner, B. (Producers) & Howard, R. (Director & Producer). (2009). Frost/Nixon [DVD]. Available from http://www.frostnixon.net/

In Theaters

Director and/or Producer. (Function). (Year of release). Title of film [Type of work]. Country of origin: Name of Studio.

Kuenne, K.(Director & Producer). (2008). Dear Zachary: A letter to a son about his father [Motion picture]. United States: MSNBC Films.

Tip: If you are unable to find the distributor's website, simply include "Country of origin: Name of studio."

APA Manual pp. 209-210

Videos (Television Episode)

Recording

Writer and/or Director. (Function). (Year of broadcast). Title of Episode [Type of Work]. In Name of Producer (Function), Title of Television series [Medium consulted]. Available from URL of distributor website

Whittlesey, R. (Writer and Director). (2005). How safe are we? [Television series episode]. In T. Nguyen & R. Whittlesey (Producers), Rx for survival: A global health challenge [DVD]. Available from http://shop.wgbh.org/

Broadcast

Writer and/or Director. (Function). (Year of broadcast). Title of Episode [Type of Work]. In Name of Producer (Function), Title of Television series. City of production: Name of Studio.

Nestle, K. (Director). (2009). Heart Failure [Television series episode]. In F.K. Willis (Producer), Second Opinion. Rochester, NY: WXXI Public Broadcasting.

APA Manual p.210

Videos (Online)

Producer. (Function if available). (Date produced or posted). Title of video [Medium consulted]. Retrieved from URL of website

Carnegie Mellon. (Producer). (2008, February 6). Randy Pausch lecture: Time management [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTugjssqOT0

APA Manual pp. 209 & 215

Software

Rightsholder(s) if available. (Date of publication). Title of software (Version number if available). [Description of form]. City of publication: Publisher or Producer.

Lauer, K. (1999). Pathophysiology [Computer software]. Springhouse, PA: Springhouse Corp.

APA Manual pp. 210-211

 

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