Planned service outage for Holland/Terrell Libraries: Wednesday, September 17th, from approximately 4:00 am to 6:00 am

ITS is performing systems/network maintenance and the following services will be unavailable during that time: Phone service, WiFi, and all WSU Pullman Libraries websites. Additionally, Search It functionality will be limited during that time.

We anticipate these services will return to full functionality no later than 6:00 am.

 

Books

  • Author's name(s). Year of publication. Title (Edition). Location of publisher. Publisher.
  • When there is no author listed or the author is unknown, begin the entry with the work's title.
  • If there are more than six authors, list the first six and "et al" indicating there are additional authors.

Book with an Editor

  • Editors names(Ed.). Year of publication. Title. Location of publisher. Publisher.
  • Begin with the name of the editor(s) followed by the abbreviation ED. (or Eds.) in parentheses.

Example:

Simpson, A., & Burns, M. (Eds.). (1989). The flying hellfish. Cypress Creek, SD: Globex Press.

Article or Chapter in an Edited or Reference Book

  • Author's name(s). Year of publication. Chapter / entry title. In Editor(s) (Ed.).Title of book (pages). Location of publisher. Publisher.

Example:

Simpson, C., & Lumpkin, L. (1989). Country singin' ain't for me. In E. Winthrop (Ed.), Traveling Country (pp. 352-358). Washington, DC: Country Press.

 

Electronic Book

  • Author's name(s). Year of publication. Title. Retrieved from URL
  • Use "Available from" instead of "Retrieved from" when the URL leads to information on how to obtain the cited material rather than to the material itself.

Example:

Wiggum, C. (1993). Big Daddy in the Big Easy. Retrieved from http://www.wiggumpi.com/pubs/bigeasy.asp?itemid3528

 

Electronic Book chapter

  • Author's name(s). Year of publication. Title of chapter. In Editors names (Eds.), Book title (pp. xxx- xxx). Retrieved from URL
  • The database name is included in the reference to aid readers in finding an electronic version of the book because it may be difficult to find in print

Example:

Frink, J. (2007). The flying motorcycle. In C.M. Burns (Ed.), Nuclear powered Vehicles of tomorrow (pp.352 - 420). Retrieved from http://www.nuclearebooks.com/frink/NPVT.html.

Article or Chapter in an Edited or Reference Electronic Book

  • Author's name(s). Year of publication. Chapter / entry title. In Editor(s) (Ed.).Title of book Retrieved from URL
  • Use "Available from" instead of "Retrieved from" when the URL leads to information on how to obtain the cited material rather than to the material itself.

Example:

Terwilliger, R. & Terwilliger, C. (1997). 'Dam' the hydroelectric blow up. In M. Szyslak (Ed.), 101 ways to kill Bart Simpson. Retrieved from http:www.simpsonsdirect.com/reference/02231997

Proceedings

  • Author's name(s). Year of publication. Title of article. In Editor(s) (Eds.). Title of Proceedings (pp. xxx - xxx). Location of publisher. Publisher. doi: (if available)

Example with doi:

Simpson, M. (2009). Innovations in applications of salt and other pretzel toppings. In F. Ormand Ed.),Proceedings of the 34th International Symposium on Stadium Food (pp. 12- 23). Vancouver, British Columbia: Fallout Press.

    Example without doi:

    Van Houten, N., & Flanders, R. (1975). Nachos Flanders style. In H. Krustofski (Ed.), Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Stadium Food (pp. 123-157). Vancouver, British Columbia: Fallout Press.

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