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E-Book Citation

An e-book citation follows the same rules as a print book citation except that the electronic retrieval statement (URL) takes the place of publisher and location. URL is the main publisher URL only.

E-Book Example

Example:

E-book citation
Citation:

 

Poole, M.S., & Van de Ven, A.H. (Eds.) (2004). Handbook of organizational change and innovation. Retrieved from

      http://libweb.ben.edu/login?source=opac&url=http://site.ebrary.com/lib/benu/Doc?id=10103508

 

Here is an example of a book with DOI: 

 

McCarver, P.L.(2001). History of New England honey bees.  doi:10.1036/0071393722


For additional information see the APA Publication Manual, pp. 202-206 

Electronic Encyclopedia

 

Format:

Last Name, First Initial(s). (Year). Title of encylopedia entry. In Title of Encyclopedia.  Retrieved from URL of entry

E-book Chapters

Example:

 

Kahn, R. (2007). Movements, Environmental. In Encyclopedia of Environment and Society. Retrieved from                    
     

       http://www.sageereference.com/environment/Article_n722.html

 

 (For additional information see APA Publication Manual, pp. 205 #30)

Encyclopedias:  If multiple editions of the encyclopedia have been published for years, you do not need to include all of the publication information. Include the edition number, publication year, and format (Print or Web). If there are multiple volumes, include the specific volume number that was used.