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Unformatted text preview: University of Phoenix University of Phoenix Citing Information in the APA Format University of Phoenix Author not Named in Text This phenomenon is not confined to the computer-technical – the author complained that executives “adopt a onesize-fits-all knowledge strategy [and] fall victim to the key pitfall in managing a knowledge organization” (Miller, 2000, para. 2). Author’s last name (not mentioned in paragraph) Date of publication Paragraph number University of Phoenix Author Named in Text This phenomenon is not confined to the computer-technical – Leah Miller (2000) complained that executives “adopt a onesize-fits-all knowledge strategy [and] fall victim to the key pitfall in managing a knowledge organization” (¶ 2). Author’s name (in paragraph) Date of publication Paragraph number University of Phoenix A Work with Two Authors EXAMPLE 1: As Palloff and Pratt (2000) indicate, “Instructors often establish guidelines for minimum participation, making it more like that students will engage with their colleagues and facilitating the community-building process” (p. 31)....
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course ENG 101 eng 101 taught by Professor Marywebbs during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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