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Last Updated: Dec 20, 2019     Views: 85

APA 6th Edition

Organizational Leadership Projects (OLPs) and Engaged Leadership Proejcts (ELPs) are capstone projects completed by students in the Master of Arts in Leadership program at RRU. Those projects aren't formally published but are instead shared with the sponsoring organization. Accordingly, since the OLP isn't a public document, unless directed otherwise by an instructor, please treat an OLP as personal communication.

APA 7th Edition

Organizational Leadership Projects (OLPs) and Engaged Leadership Proejcts (ELPs) are capstone projects completed by students in the Master of Arts in Leadership program at RRU. Those projects aren't formally published but are instead shared with the sponsoring organization. If the audience you're writing for can access the OLP/ELP, such as the course instructor who provided the OLP/ELP to you, cite and reference the document as follows, which is an adapted approach to referencing dissertations and theses:

Author, A. A. (year). Title of document [Unpublished Organizational Leadership Project OR Unpublished Engaged Leadership Project]. Royal Roads University.

  • Sample in-text citation: (Author, year, p. X)
  • See page 333 in the APA Style manual (7th ed.) for more information on referencing dissertations and theses

If your audience cannot access the OLP/ELP, please cite the resource as a personal communication.

Reference

American Psychological Association. (2020). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed.). https://doi.org/10.1037/0000165-000