APA for the iPad

Due to my previous experience using the APA citation style, I was asked to be on an ad hoc library committee to create a local resource to replace the APA pocket guides that students were required to purchase.  With the small committee, we created a course using iTunesU that students could access using their iPads.  iPads have been institutionally required for students at the Minnesota School of Business since mid-2013.  The course consists of several explanations of the various uses and intricacies of APA citation style.  I was primarily tasked with creating reference list examples for the 55 source types that we identified, including notes on the general form.  The images below show a snippet of the APA guide that we created.

IMG_0075 IMG_0076 IMG_0077These images appear courtesy of the Globe Education Network.