The AMA style was created by the Journal of the American Medical Association for physicians and others in the health field to provide writers with the basics of citation, grammar, ethical and legal considerations.
The changing mechanisms of scholarly publishing may make it difficult for you to determine where to publish the results of your research or creative works. In order to assist you in making the best decisions for your work, and to avoid journals that may not be credible, the William H. Hannon Library has developed a rubric for the evaluation of journals. Our focus during the development of this tool was specifically to address the concerns of our Loyola Marymount University faculty about Open Access journals, but this rubric may be applied more broadly to any kind of journal.
The University of Saskatchewan Library's comprehensive citation style guide. This guide covers different citation styles (including APA) and offers guidance on academic honest, plagiarism, and quoting and paraphrasing.