Searched the web for APA Style lately? There seem to be thousands of guides and tutorials out there! Here are a few choices included in the Association of College and Research Libraries Instruction Section's PRIMO: Peer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online.
Diagnosis: Plagiarism launches from this Yavapai College Guide of the same name. Though short on instructional detail, the video uses humour to promote the use of MLA or APA citation styles. Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL) is among the guide's suggestions for more practical advice.
Developed by Brittany ONeill. Hodges University's APA game introduces students to the basics of APA Style through an online, interactive game. In the game, zombies have overtaken the library and players must correctly answer questions on APA Style to earn pieces of an antidote to cure the zombies.
A highly regarded guide covering the general format of APA Style papers, including literature reviews and experimental reports. Specific topics include in-text citations, endnotes/footnotes, the reference list, stylistics, headings, tables, figures, statistics, and more.