Re: NVDA and APA Style
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I usually don’t worry about citation styles until before submitting papers – I just type in-line citations (author, year) as I write papers, and then I go back and reformat it to resemble whatever style the instructor wants as I’m finishing my paper (I also take care of spelling and grammar at that time, too).
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I didn’t know about the APA checker software, but I think the professors wouldn’t have wanted us to use it anyway. When I had to write psychology papers about 15 years ago, I proofed them using the JAWS “Check formatting” command. I didn’t know about NVDA at the time, and I think it might have been developed around the time I graduated. The university library had an online reference guide for the most common citation styles, but I don’t know if it still exists.