In this unit, part 1:
► Describe the format for an end-text citation for a single author book.
► Using the example given construct an end-text citation for a single author book.
Once complete go to Box 2 on this page for more information on how to format your end text citations into your reference list.
Your end text citations give the full bibliographic details of your sources of information.
The aim of an end text citation is to provide sufficient information for another person to find the information for themselves.
The end-text citations is formatted differently depending on the item type.
Once you have all your end-text citation ready you arrange them into a reference list.
For example, to format a webpage citation:
In this unit, part 2:
► Locate information on formatting the reference list.
► List three important formatting rules for the reference list.
Once you have formatted your end text citations you arrange them in alphabetical order to create a "Reference List".
The reference list must be laid out in a particular format too.
Note in particular:
See The Reference List on the Referencing and Plagiarism Guide.
In the APA Referencing Guide 2018 see:
Our videos cover referencing a single author book, a web page and a journal article.
See our Referencing and Plagiarism Guide for more information.
How did you go?
If you got less than 100% you can review the material and try again.
If you were 100% correct - Well done !
Go to next unit >