Our next series of PsycINFO® webinars for students and faculty will run on August 9, 10, and 11 from 11 – 11:30 a.m. EDT. The sessions may be attended separately, but we encourage those who are interested to take all three, so we offer them on consecutive days:
We will provide information relevant to all search platforms including APA PsycNET®, EBSCOhost, Ovid, and ProQuest. The platform demonstrated will be based on the needs of the attendees of each session. For more information on this series, including full descriptions, please visit our database webinar training web page.
These webinars are an ideal way for students to get a refresher on PsycINFO if they have had a previous training session. Please help us spread the word to interested students and faculty!
APA’s training specialists have developed several webinars for librarians, instructors, and students interested in learning more about using APA Style CENTRAL®. These sessions include content overviews and a live demonstration of features.
Would you like to arrange a training session just for your class or colleagues? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and our training specialists can schedule a session just for you!
Click on any session link to register (all times are EDT).
APA Style CENTRAL Online Introduction introduces librarians to the platform:
It’s Tutorial Thursday! In this series, we explore APA’s library of video tutorials available on the PsycINFO YouTube channel and the APA Style CENTRAL® YouTube channel. Please feel free to link to or embed our videos in your library websites or LibGuides, course management systems, or other locations where students, faculty, and researchers will find them.
For today’s edition of Tutorial Thursday, we’d like to highlight a video on our APA Style CENTRAL YouTube channel: Inserting References.
This short tutorial will help you use APA Style CENTRAL’s built-in tools to:
Add in-text citations in the correct format;
Manage your paper reference list;
Match in-text citations to the paper reference list.
Please feel free to link to this tutorial in any location where students, faculty, and researchers will find it!