APA Reference and Citation Worksheet

Sentence 1: Include a quotation from a source in your annotated bibliography.

As noted by Goldberg (2000), Gilligan’s work was groundbreaking. “Without question, In a Different Voice was revolutionary and struck a powerful chord in both men and women” (p. 702). 1. According to the Encyclopedia Britannica online (2003) “This is a good overview article from a well-known, non-specialized encyclopedia that focuses on the various definitions of adult education.

Sent1ence 2: Paraphrase information from a source in your annotated bibliography. Example:
In a Different Voice was groundbreaking because it revealed the narrow thinking of previous moral decision-making research based only on male subjects (Goldberg, 2000). 2. A recent study confirms past theories of adults returning to school for external reasons such as careers and life events.

Sentence 3: Summarize information from a source in your annotated bibliography.

In a Different Voice laid the foundation for Gilligan’s future work. Over the next decade, she and her colleagues focused on the developmental experiences of girls and introduced that experience into the literature of adolescent psychology (Goldberg, 2000). 3. From the Journal of Continuing Higher Education you learn that students are coming back to school primarily for reasons other than the desire to further their education. In this context
they are continuing their education mainly because they have a major life change or they need or want to move up in their career placement.


Goldberg, M. F. (2000). Restoring lost voices: An interview with Carol Gilligan. Phi Delta Kappan, 81(9), 701-704. Retrieved from EBSCOhost database.

Donaldson, J.F., Graham, S.W., Martindill, W., & Bradley, S. (2000, Spring). Adult Undergraduate students: Journal of Continuing Higher Education, 48(2) 2-11. Retrieved from www.

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