Any sources that you use! It is against the academic code of conduct to use resources without citing them.
You will be most frequently citing either a research database or a website. Use the following examples to base your citation style. It is not difficult!
Citing a Library subscription database
Colvin, G. (2008, July 21). Information worth billions. Fortune, 158(2), 73-79. Retrieved from Business Source Premier database.
In-text citing for the report, ensure that you cite the Colvin(2008) or (Colvin, 2008) whenever you are citing your sources.
In a recent article published in Fortune, the information was worth billions (Colvin, 2008)
Citing a website
Arrington, M. (2008, August 5). The viral video guy gets $1 million in funding. Retrieved from http://www.techcrunch.com
Similarly, example for in-text citing: According to Arrington (2008), viral video producers are receiving funding....
National Renewable Energy Laboratory. (2008). Biofuels. Retrieved May 6, 2008, from http://www.nrel.gov/learning/re_biofuels.html
For more Examples and other types of sources
The library has an electronic guide to citing sources. Refer to the on-line APA style guide.
All assignments should have both a Works cited list, and In-text citations. Both are important, but serve a different purpose. The works cited list is a comprehensive list of the resources used in the assignment. In-text citations tell the reader which resource(s) are responsible for specific data or information that you are using. Here are a few highlights of what we're looking for and why.
Works Cited List: