Answered By: Linda Kern Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016 Views: 100
Use the web address (URL) from the journal’s home page, not the one that comes with the article. The reasoning is that the article could move to another URL, especially if it was retrieved from a database, but the journal is much less likely to move. It is the journal URL that will help another researcher at another institution find the article.
This means you need to Google the journal to get its URL.
This info is in the APA manual, section 6.32 Providing publication data for Electronic Sources. The info on URLs is on p. 191-192.