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JOURNALISM RESEARCH GUIDE: AP (Associated Press) Style

This guide outlines books, article databases and other sources to aid students and faculty researching a topic in Journalism.

AP Stylebook Guides & Tutorials:

Referred to by AP as "the journalist's bible," the AP Stylebook is the preferred style guide for journalism and news professionals.

Current Edition:

Quick Citing

Quick citing tools can help you get started, but ALWAYS check the Style Guides for specifics as you are responsible for accurately citing your sources.

(Click on Zotero tab for full Zotero options and Help)

MLA quick cite only.  You must register (free) to quick cite with other styles:

  • First click the blue “Sign up for EasyBib EDU” button on www.easybib.com/register
  • Then enter in the school’s coupon code - UniRichmond210

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