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APA Referencing - Education & Counselling students: Websites

This guide provides information on how to reference using the APA 6th edition referencing style. PLEASE NOTE: Theology students should use Chicago Footnote Style

How to reference websites

In-text reference

According to Gauntley (2011) ...

OR

... as it had been identified (Gauntley, 2011).

 

Reference list

Only include retrieval dates if the source material may change over time.

Surname, Initial. (Year). Title of webpage. Retrieved Month, Day, Year (if applicable) from url of webpage

Gauntley, T. (2011). Glossary of teaching/learning strategies. Retrieved from http://timgauntley.blogspot.com.au/p/evolving-glossary-of-teachinglearning.html

In-text reference

According to Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors (n.d.) ...

OR

... as it had been identified (Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors, n.d.).

 

Reference list

Only include retrieval dates if the source material may change over time.

Surname, Initial. (n.d.). Title of webpage. Retrieved Month, Day, Year (if applicable) from url of webpage

Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors. (n.d.). Stress in everyday life. Retrieved from http://www.counsellingconnection.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/STRESS-IN-EVERY-DAY-LIFE1.pdf

In-text reference

NB: If there is no author then use an abbreviated form of the title, placing it in double quotation marks, as your in-text reference. 

According to "Teaching philosophy statement" (2015) ...

OR

... as it had been identified ("Teaching philosophy statement," 2015).

 

Reference list

NB: Where there is no author place the title of the article in the position of the author.

Only include retrieval dates if the source material may change over time.

Title of webpage. (Year). Retrieved Month, Day, Year (if applicable) from url of webpage

 

Teaching Philosophy Statement. (2015). Retrieved September 23, 2015, from

http://gradschool.cornell.edu/career-services/teaching-philosophy-statement

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