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Have a grammar question, tricky APA/Turabian citation, or formatting issue? We are available to answer your questions! Email the Writing Center at writingcenter@denverseminary.edu at any time or stop in Student Center Conference Room (SCCR) 162 during tutoring hours during fall and spring semesters to ask our tutor. 

Join Electronic Resources and Reserves librarian Charlotte Nutter and Writing Center Coordinator Jana Matthews for our next Writing and Citing webinar on March 1 from 12-1!

Gen Info

Writing Center Tutorial Video - take a video tour of the Writing Center website

Writing Center FAQs - answers questions you may have about the Writing Center and what you may expect

Track Changes for Mac - for Mac users, an explanation of how your paper was edited

Track Changes for PC - for PC users, an explanation of how your paper was edited

Microsoft Office 365 - free to current students for writing papers in Microsoft Word (a seminary requirement)

Reources for Writing

Gender-Inclusive Language - suggestions for ensuring your writing complies with Denver Seminary's policy and avoids sexism
 

Avoiding Plagiarism - understand the forms that plagiarism can take, including use of AI (Updated Fall 2023)

 

Copyright (Fair Use) Checklist - when using copyrighted material in research and presentations, review this checklist ​

Writing and Citing: When in Doubt, Cite - view the latest webinar by Charlotte and Jana and download the handout (coming soon)

APA

Please use caution when relying on automatically generated citations from databases like WMS, EBSCO, or ProQuest as they may contain incomplete or inaccurate information. While these citations can serve as helpful starting points, students are responsible for ensuring the accuracy of their citations.

Files to Download

 

  • APA Sample - example of a title page, one page of text, and bibliography, with formatting notes

 

Please use caution when relying on automatically generated citations from databases like WMS, EBSCO, or ProQuest as they may contain incomplete or inaccurate information. While these citations can serve as helpful starting points, students are responsible for ensuring the accuracy of their citations. 

 

Denver Seminary follows the "notes-bibliography" style for source citations.

Here are the styles to choose from the following databases:

  • WMS: Turabian (notes-bibliography) 9th ed.

  • EBSCO: Chicago 17th Edition (Notes & Bibliography)

  • ProQuest: Turabian 9th Edition (Notes) 

Files to Download

 

 

Turabian
  • SBL Handbook of Style - guidance for addressing issues particular to biblical studies (e.g., biblical citations; citing commentaries, Bible dictionaries, and encyclopedias; transliteration of Greek and Hebrew, etc.)

Each of these is available in a hard copy, and the APADSM-5-TR, and Turabian manuals are accessible online

  • APA Manual: Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th ed. (2020)

  • Turabian Manual: Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, 9th ed. (2018)

  • DSM-5-TRDiagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (2022)

  • For International Students: Academic Writing: A Handbook for International Students, 5th ed. (2011)

 

CONTACT US

If you have any questions, please contact us.


Jana Matthews
Writing Center Coordinator

 writingcenter@denverseminary.edu

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