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Conference papers include presentations, posters, proceedings, keynotes, workshops, seminars, and so on.
How to reference a conference paper (APA6)
According to Moyle (2012)…
…as it has been identified (Moyle 2012).
Surname, Initial. (Year). Title of paper. Paper presented at Name of conference, Location. Retrieved from url of website
Moyle, K. (2012). Differentiated classroom learning, technologies and school improvement: what experience and research can tell us. Paper presented at ACER Research Conference School Improvement: What does research tell us about effective strategies? Sydney. Retrieved from http://research.acer.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1135&context=research_conference
How to reference a conference paper (APA7)
Cahill surmised that male and female brains are wired differently (2008).
Patterns of mental activity differ between girls and boys (Cahill, 2008).
Presenter, A. A. & Presenter, B. B. (2020, Conference dates). Title [Type of paper or presentation]. Conference Name, Location. DOI or URL
Cahill, L. (2008, February 7-9). His brain, her brain. [Conference paper]. Focusing the Mind: Using Brain Research to Enhance Learning, Attention and Memory, San Francisco, CA. https://www.learningandthebrain.com