APA publication manual? - page 2
Another book question... My school suggests we get this book: But is has bad reviews! Does anyone use this books? Any suggestions? What do you all use as a reference to write your APA... Read More
Aug 27, '06Quote from RnRatchetI use the PERRLA also ad it's great!!! I never ever had to look in that manual again after getting this program. Would highly reccommend it!!I bought a program called PERRLA.. best $25 I spent since being in my BSN program and having to write several papers!
Aug 27, '06I used endnote - which was perfect for me and I loved! I am going to check out perrla though.
ETA: Perrla looks like a great formatting tool. Endnote is a database which does what perrla does but also downloads your refs from ebsco and other sources, allows you to keywioard search and store them etc. If you don't need to keep permanant files of your references and use them over (such as for going from a thesis to a dissertation) then perrla is probably fine. Endnote also does manuscript formats for publications other than APA so if you write for publication Endnote would be a better choice.Last edit by gauge14iv on Aug 27, '06
Aug 27, '06Quote from jovThanks, bookmarked them.I also hit a few websites on APA:
and the APA Wizard
Sep 1, '06Hated the book, bought software for APA from referencepointsoftware.com
Never lost sleep or points after that.