References are created using these style guidelines which provides the details of the works you have cited in your assignment.
For a work that has up to and including 20 authors, include all the names and use the ampersand (&) between the last 2 names in the list. For resources with 21 or more authors, include the first 19 names, then use an ellipsis (…) before the final author’s name.
Your Reference list must provide full and accurate details, as it is the means by which the reader can follow up your sources.
Unless specified by your teachers, the APA style above should be used (APA, 2010, p. 180).
To indent your reference list entries, highlight your reference list and hit the Ctrl T keys.
Sample reference list
Note: The sample reference list below is only in single line spacing to conserve room on this page for display.
Althaus, C., Bridgman, P., & Davis, G. (2007). A policy cycle: Australian policy handbook. Allen & Unwin.
Australian Bureau of Statistics. (2008). Childhood education and care (No. 4402.0).
Ball, S., Maguire, M., Braun, A., & Hoskins, K. (2011). Policy subjects and policy actors in schools: Some necessary but insufficient analyses. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 32(4), 611-624.
Bergman, E., Malm, D., Bertero, C., & Karlsson, J. (2011). Does one’s sense of coherence change after an acute myocardial infarction? Nursing & Health Sciences, 13(2), 156-163. doi:10.1111/j.14422018.2011.00592.x
Burns, N., & Grove, S. (2007). Understanding nursing research: Building an evidence-based practice. Saunders Elsevier.
Sievers, W. (1966). Monash University [Photograph]. http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/15565401?q=monash&c=picture&versionId=18284000