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APA 6th Edition Citation Style

Journal Article without DOI

Citation Elements in Order:  
1.  Author: Linda D. Labbo, Karen Place, Lina Soares
2.  Publication date: 2010
3.  Article title: Fresh perspectives on new literacies and technology integration
4.  Journal title: Voices From the Middle
5.  Volume & issue number: 17(3)
6.  Page numbers: 9-18
7.  Digital object identifier (DOI): DOI is not available, use the URL of the journal's homepage

 

Document Example:

journal article without DOI

 

Proper Bibliographic Reference Format:

  • Bibliographic references are double-spaced and indented half an inch after the first line.
  • It is no longer necessary to include the date of retrieval unless the source material may change over time (e.g., Wikis).
  • If no DOI is available, give the URL of the journal's publisher.

Labbo, L. D., Place, K., & Soares, L. (2010). Fresh perspectives on new literacies and technology integration. Voices From the Middle, 17(3), 9-18. Retrieved from http://www.ncte.org/journals/vm/

 

In-Text Citations:

  • Citations are placed in the context of discussion using the authors' last names and date of publication. 

For the first citation in text (for works of three to five authors).

(Labbo, Place & Soares, 2010)   

Subsequent citations in text (for works of three to five authors).

(Labbo et al., 2010)

  • Alternatively, you can integrate the citation into the sentence by means of narrative.

For the first citation in text (for works of three to five authors).

Labbo, Place and Soares (2010) present practical ideas to integrate technology into the classroom.

Subsequent citations in text (for works of three to five authors).

Labbo et al. (2010) present practical ideas to integrate technology into the classroom.