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APA FOR KENDALL COLLEGE: CULINARY SOURCES

This is the landing page for Kendall College’s APA guide and source to help students.

INTRODUCTION

Welcome to our Kendall College LibGuide created specifically those in the Culinary Arts field. If you are working on a writing assignment on an assignment for a culinary class, you are in the right place. This LibGuide will show you how to cite sources that instructors expect you to use for assignments.

JUST THE RIGHT INGREDIENTS

BASIC SKILLS

Are you familiar with APA style? If your answer is no, please click on our tab above called, Getting Started. As you may have already learned at Kendall, a strong foundation on the basics is key for success.

INTERMEDIATE SKILLS

You have used APA style throughout your Kendall career, but you are not sure how this connects to recipes or the biography of a chef that inspires you.

Say no more and explore this guide dedicated to likely assignments you may encounter for Baking and Pastry or Culinary Arts.

If you still need further assistance, visit the HOME page.

ADVANCED SKILLS

You have been here and done this, but you still haven’t found the information you are looking for. You may not always include someone’s else’s photographs in your portfolio, but when you do, you use copyright statements and a references list.

LE PETIT APA GUIDE

LE PETIT APA GUIDE

 

Do yourself a big favor and download this quick APA guide for further reference. You are welcome to compare it to the examples below.

EXAMPLES WITH SPECIFICS

FEATURED LIBGUIDE

This LibGuide highlights relevant points about copyright and how to approach it.

 

 

INTEGRATED COPYRIGHTED MATERIALS INTO YOUR OWN WORK

The act of making a copy, scanning, copying and pasting, distributing and publishing materials that you did not create is a violation of copyright laws.

If you want to educate yourself more about this issue, please visit our Copyright LibGuide above, or for a quick view download the following document. You may also view some examples on the tabs below.

EXAMPLES WITH SPECIFICS

ASK THE ASC FOR HELP!

Need Academic Help? Contact the Academic Success Center (ASC)!

ASC CONTACT INFORMATION

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

As a culinary student, you will be referencing smaller pieces of a greater whole; for example, a recipe in a book or a website. When citing your sources, you must mention both, the recipe and the book where it came from. 

PARTS VS WHOLES

CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING BEFORE YOU USE AN IMAGE:

  1. Copyright owner – if you do not own the copyright to the image you can a) ask for permission to use it or b) purchase the rights to use it.
  2. Creative Commons – If the image has a creative commons license, you must follow the license based on its type.
  3. Public Domain – Copyright law has changed overtime, but if a work was published before 1923, it falls under public domain.
  4. Fair UseFollow the guidelines