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This guide covers resources for the study of the history and social ramifications of food. See the Nutrition guide for other topics.
NYU has a campus-wide license to this software, which you download (at no cost to you) to your laptop or desktop computer. The software includes a less developed web-based component called EndNoteWeb, which can be used to sync across multiple personal computers.
NYU purchases a campus-wide subscription to this web-based service that covers all members of the NYU community. Because RefWorks is web-based, you can use it from any Internet-connected computer/device on campus or off.
A free download that works with your web browser. There are two options: Zotero for Firefox is a Firefox-specific extension that offers the full range of functionality. Zotero Standalone -- a separate browser-independent application that can be used with Chrome, Safari, or Opera -- offers slightly less functionality than the Firefox extension.
Video: Introducing the APA 7th Edition
APA 7th Edition Online Resources
ThePublication Manual of the American Psychological Association: 7th Edition is not available as an ebook. Here are a few resources that offer paper formatting and citation guidance:
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, APA has issued a statement providing temporary online access to the style manual. Please see their website for additional information and instructions on how to temporarily access their style manual.
A librarian at Florida Atlantic University made a few video tutorials on APA 7 (available on YouTube where captions and transcripts are available):