Improvements to APA Citations are Here!

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At EasyBib.com, we are dedicated to providing students and educators with the most accurate citations possible. That’s why we have developed technology that improves the quality of APA citations, specifically targeting the correct capitalization of titles of sources.

When you are citing in APA on the citation generator on EasyBib.com, we double-check each source’s title for the correct application of sentence-case capitalization. While our citation checker has made dramatic advancements in overall APA citation quality, we are constantly improving its results, and will be tweaking it as needed.

Have more questions about citing in APA? Check out our comprehensive APA format guide.


Citing in MLA style instead? We have a tool and guides for that, too.

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Elise Barbeau

Elise Barbeau is the Citation Specialist at Chegg. She has worked in digital marketing, libraries, and publishing. She graduated from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor’s degree in History/Art History, and earned her Master’s degree in Public History/Library Science from St. John’s University. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, running, and cheering on the Yankees/Islanders/Jets. She lives and works in New York.