Online article without DOI
Entry in Reference List
Author, A. A. (Publication date). Title of article. Title of publication, volume number (issue number), pp-pp. Retrieved from web address of journal.
For example - Reference List
Education in the digital ageTitle of article.
Educause ReviewTitle of Periodical (italicized),
44volume number(1)issue number,
Retrieved from http://www.educause.edu/erweb address of journal
Parris, K. M., Velik-Lord, M., & North, J. M. A.Authors
Frogs call at a higher pitch in traffic noiseTitle of article.
Ecology and SocietyTitle of Periodical (italicized),
14volume number(1)issue number,
Retrieved from http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/web address of journal
For example - In text citation
Thierstein (2009) identifies . . . .
. . . was identified (Thierstein, 2009).
- The journal’s title, italicized, is followed by a comma, a space, and the volume number, also italicized. Do not include Vol.
- When each issue of a journal is paginated separately, give the issue number in parentheses directly after the volume number (no space and not italicized).
- When no DOI is available, provide the home page URL of the journal or of the book or report publisher, not the URL of the article as retrieved from a database search. Do not place a period after the URL.
- For both free resources and subscription resources, quote the web address (URL) of the journal’s home page, not the URL of the article or the database. For those supplied by the University of Melbourne through Discovery, you may need to do a quick search for the journal’s home page.
- For archival documents that cannot be found through their original publishing channels, provide the URL for the home page of the online archive, e.g., documents from such electronic databases as ERIC or JSTOR.
- The retrieval date need only be included if the content is likely to change, as with Wikis.
- To cite a pre-publication version of an article, add Advance online publication before Retrieved from web address.