Author, A. (Date of publication). Title of book in italics: Subtitle. Retrieval information
Example—reference list entry
Fox, W. (2006). Theory of general ethics: Human relationships, nature, and the built environment. Retrieved from ProQuest Ebook Central database.
Fox (2006) states … (p. 53).
… (Fox, 2006, p. 53).
Adaptation of APA rule: APA suggests that for eBooks that do not have a DOI, you need to provide the URL of the eBook. However, for eBooks retrieved from an Wintec Library eBook provider, we recommend instead that you name the eBook provider (e.g. Retrieved from ProQuest Ebook Central database). This will make it easier for your tutors to find the eBooks you are referencing.
Wintec Library's eBook databases
- ProQuest Ebook Central database
- EBSCOhost eBook collection
- Bridget Williams Treaty of Waitangi Collection
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