APA guidelines help you:
Purdue OWL (Online Writing Center) - APA Guidelines- This site contains all the examples and formatting guidelines you find in the print manual in a browsable website put together by the Purdue Writing Lab staff.
APA Style Blog - Written and maintained by APA staff, the contributors to the blog answer questions about formatting uncommon resources in APA style. For example, the entry on How to Cite Something You Found on a Website in APA Style, is very useful.
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association by American Psychological Association Staff
Call Number: BF76.7 .P83 2010 (Multiple copies locatedint the libraries.
The go to source for the guidelines on structuring your paper and references in APA style.
Good source for referencing and citing things you find on the web or other electronic forms. Examples include Youtube, course lectures, Facebook and more.
Plagiarism is the act of taking the words, ideas, data, illustrations, or statements of another person or source, and presenting them as one's own.
If you use the words, ideas, or phrasing of another person or from published material, you must
If you use charts, graphs, data sets, or numerical information obtained from another person or from published material, you must also cite the source. (MIT A Handbook for Students)