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Conference paper

Description: A published version of a conference or seminar paper, usually found in conference proceedings

Notes

  • The Reference List example is for a single paper in a book of published proceedings.
  • To cite a whole book of conference proceedings, follow the guidelines for citing an edited book.

In-text citation

Format and layout:

Author's family name (year, page number if applicable)
(Author's family name year, page number if applicable)

Examples

Kwok (2015, p. 163) identifies...

...as a possible explanation (Kwok 2015, p. 163).

Reference List / Bibliography

Format and layout:

Author's family name, Initial(s) year, 'Title of paper', in Editor's initial(s) Editor's family name (ed.), Title of conference, Conference Organiser/Publisher, pp. xxx–xxx.

Examples

Kwok, D 2015, 'Predictors of students' perceived course outcome in e-learning using a Learning Management System', in Ascilite 2015: Australian Society for Computers in Learning and Tertiary Education, Curtin University, Perth, pp. 155-67.

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