When to Use Quick Search:
On the left sidebar, you can "Refine Your Search" a number of different ways--including by publication date & scholarly/peer reviewed sources.
Government information can be very useful when searching a wide variety of topics. One of the easiest ways is to go to Google! After you type in your keywords, then type in site:gov (example: air pollution site:.gov) to limit your search to only government-related resources. This will include federal, state, and local resources.
Some APA Citation Style Examples:
Items are arranged alphabetically by author. If there is no author, use the title.
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of article. Title of Journal, volume number (issue), page range.
Lancaster, A. (2017). The team player. Restaurant Business,116(8), 54-55.
Citations within sentences/paragraphs to indicate the resources used that help the reader locate them in the reference list of a paper.
Paraphrase: (Last name of Author, Year).
Consistent communication provides a competitive advantage when it comes to providing excellent customer service (Lancaster, 2017).