We had enabled the How to Cite Item in the Reading Tools for our journal, which adheres strictly to APA style. However, the citations produced by the tool use the wrong format . The citation given for our first article is:
BENDER, K., PERRON, B., HOWARD, & JENSON, J. (2010). Bullying
Behavior Prior to Incarceration Among a Sample of Young Offenders.Journal Of The Society For Social Work And Research, 1
June 24, 2010, from http://www.jsswr.org/article/view/5501/4190
The authors' names should not be in all caps and the article title should use sentence-style caps (with just the first word, proper nouns, and first word following internal punctuation capitalized). The newest APA formats for articles retrieved from electronic sources omit the date retrieved (simply, "Retrieved from URL". In addition to these corrections, it would be wonderful to have the Cite It tool include the DOI number assigned to the article -- although I haven't found a spot to enter DOIs in the metadata.
Are these corrections that I can make at the journal level or are they system-wide changes? Until we can get the format fixed, we're turning off the how to cite it option, but what a neat tool to be able to offer readers!
Many thanks for your help,