Writing & Editing
Missing the old Griffith Library Referencing Tool? Find your referencing guide on a new, super-easy-to-use site: AGLC 4, AGPS Harvard, APA 6, APA 7, Chicago 17 (notes and bibliography), Chicago 17 (author–date), IEEE, and Vancouver. Format, examples, in-text examples, and notes are included.
Starting out on your Postgrad studies and research?
APA has launched a new edition of its style guide. APA7 contains a stack of changes designed to make your writing life easier. See them here https://apastyle.apa.org/blog/whats-new-7e and consult your supervisor or course convenor.
Print it as a go-to guide https://apastyle.apa.org/instructional-aids/whats-new-7e-guide.pdf
Transitioning from APA6 to APA7
If you are thinking about transitioning from APA6 to APA7, check out this link https://apastyle.apa.org/blog/transition-seventh-edition and consult your supervisor or course convenor.
APA 6 Blog
Looking for the APA6 Blog? We have you covered! The blog is still available along with other sixth edition resources https://apastyle.apa.org/6th-edition-resources
Find answers to frequently asked questions from authors, editors, and students writing papers in APA6 style https://apastyle.apa.org/learn/faqs
Griffith Library Study Resources:
The Thesis Whisperer
The Thesis Whisperer is edited by Associate Professor Inger Mewburn, director of researcher development at The Australian National University. The Thesis Whisperer blog is dedicated to the topic of doing a PhD and completing a dissertation and is must reading for HDRs and other research students. Check it out here https://thesiswhisperer.com/