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APA 7th Referencing UniSkills: Websites

APA 7th referencing

Websites

Entire website

 

No reference list entry is required. 

 


  • If citing from a particular page on a website, use the Webpage on a website reference type
  • When referring to a whole website, provide the URL of that website in-text. For example, The Department of Health website (https://www.health.gov.au) provides travel health information. 

Webpage on a website

 

Author Surname, Initial(s) or Organisation. (year). Title of webpage in italics. Site name. URL

 


Reference list examples 
 

Department of Education and Training. (2016). Improving Australian and European mobility. https://www.education.gov.au/news/improving-australian-and-european-mobility
 

DevelopmentWA. (n.d.). Elizabeth Quay. https://www.mra.wa.gov.au/projects-and-places/elizabethquay
 

Hansen, J. (2019). Coming together in times of crisis. Sea Shepherd. https://seashepherd.org.au/latest-news/bushfire-commentary

 

 

Webpage on a news website

 

Author Surname, Initial(s). (year, Month day). Title of article in italics. Site Name. URL



Reference list examples
 

In the former capital of pro-slavery America, Confederate statues are coming down. (2020, July 2). SBS News. https://sbs.com.au/news/in-the-former-capital-of-pro-slavery-america-confederate-statues-are-coming-down
 

MacLennan, L. (2019, October 25). Michael McIntyre ticket scalping highlights need for onselling crackdown. ABC News. https://abc.net.au/news/2019-10-25/michael-mcintyre-scalping-highlights-onselling-problem/11640714 

 

Online dictionary or encyclopedia entry (e.g. Wikipedia)

 

Author Surname, Initial(s) or Organisation. (year). Title of entry. In Title of dictionary or encyclopedia in italics. Publisher Name. Retrieved Month day, year from URL



Reference list examples
 

Ecology. (n.d.). In Wikipedia. Retrieved March 15, 2020, from https://en.wikipedia.org/Ecology
 

Merriam-Webster. (n.d.). Behaviorism. In Merriam-Webster.com dictionary. Retrieved November 20, 2019 from https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/behaviorism 

 

Lecture

 

Author Surname, Initial(s). (year). Title of lecture in italics [Format]. Site name. URL



Reference list examples
 

Leaver, T. (2012). Social media rivers [iLecture]. Blackboard. https://echo.ilecture.curtin.edu.au
 

Richardson, C. (2015). RDA management [PowerPoint slides]. Blackboard. https://lms.curtin.edu.au