Referencing

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Webpage

Works Cited

Surname, First name. "Title of Page." Title of Website. Publisher or Sponsoring Organisation, Day Month Year of publication or last modification, URL.

Callaghan, Dymphna. "The Duchess of Malfi and Renaissance Women." Discovering Literature. The British Library, 17 March 2017, www.bl.uk/shakespeare/articles/the-duchess-of-malfi-and-renaissance-women.

In-text

Callaghan (par. 2) .....

....... (Callaghan par.2)

Notes

  • The title of the website is in italics
  • All words in the title and subtitle are capitalised, except articles and prepositions
  • If there is no author, begin the entry with the title of the webpage
  • When including a URL remove http:// or https://
  • The Works Cited list must be double-spaced, be formatted to have a hanging indent, and have a centred heading
  • For multiple authors check the author layout table for in-text and Works Cited list format

Statistics

Works Cited

"Title of Document." Catalogue no., Name of Website, Day Month Year, URL

Australians' journey through life: Stories from the Australian Census Longitudinal Dataset, 2011-2016." No. 2081.0, Australian Bureau of Statistics, 7 March 2018, www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@nsf/mf/2081.0?OpenDocument

In-text

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (4), ....

.......(Australian Bureau of Statistics 4)

Notes

  • If the Publisher and author are the same, begin the entry with the title and only list the publisher
  • The title of the website is in italics
  • All words in the title and subtitle are capitalised, except articles and prepositions
  • When including a URL remove http:// or https://
  • The Works Cited list must be double-spaced, be formatted to have a hanging indent, and have a centred heading
  • For multiple authors check the author layout table for in-text and Works Cited list format

Conference papers

Works Cited

Surname, First name. "Title of Paper." Title of Conference, Location, Date, edited by First name Surname, Publisher, Year, pp. xx-xx. database, doi or URL

Obradovic, Ivan. "Open Educational Resources - Knowledge for All." eLearning: 8th Conference on e-learning, Belgrade Metrolpolitan University, 28-29 September, 2017, edited by Bojana Trebinjac, Belgrade Metrolpollitan University, 2017, pp.9-15, econference.metropolitan.ac.rs/files/eLearning-zbonik-2017.pdf

In-text

Obradovic (10)..........

......... (Obradovic 10)

Notes

  • If the conference proceedings are not published, add the words "Presented at" to the conference title.
  • The title is always in italics
  • All words in the title and subtitle are capitalised, except articles and prepositions
  • The Works Cited list must be double-spaced, be formatted to have a hanging indent, and have a centred heading
  • For multiple authors check the author layout table for in-text and Works Cited list format

Government or organisation reports

Works Cited

Title of Report. Publisher, Year of Publication, URL

Report on Government Services 2018: Housing and Homelessness. Australian Government Productivity Commission, 2018, www.pc.gov.au/research/ongoing/report-on-government-services/2018/housing-and-homelessness

In-text

According to the the Report on Government Services 2018, .....

...... (Report on Government Services 2018)

Notes

  • The title of the report is in italics
  • All words in the title and subtitle are capitalised, except articles and prepositions
  • In Australian government reports, the author and publisher are usually the same so they only need to be mentioned as the publisher
  • Do not include 'The' before the name of any organisation in the Works Cited list
  • When including a URL remove http:// or https://
  • The Works Cited list must be double-spaced, be formatted to have a hanging indent, and have a centred heading
  • The In-text citation can be shortened form of the title
  • For multiple authors check the author layout table for in-text and Works Cited list format