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APA 7th Edition Referencing Guide1

A Wintec Library guide to referencing in APA 7th edition style

What information do I need to reference an eBook?

The following elements may be required to create a reference list entry for an eBook.

Element Detail
Author Author(s)
Corporate or Group Author(s)
No Author
Date Year
No date (n.d.).

Title of eBook: Subtitle (italic sentence case)
Title of chapter: Subtitle (when referencing a chapter in an edited eBook) (no italics, sentence case)


Name of Publisher

What is a DOI?

A Digital Object Identifier, or DOI, is a unique code/series of numbers used to identify an electronic resource and provide a reliable link to its location online. A DOI looks similar to a URL but unlike URLs, which can change or stop working entirely, a DOI is a permanent link to a particular resource.

DOI presentation

DOIs on Onesearch may look like this:

However, DOIs should only be presented as follows:

Do this for all DOIs, including ones that look like or DOI: 123.456.789.

If a resource is accompanied by a DOI, you should always include the DOI when referencing
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