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Examples A-D

Example reference formats for different source types

Conference Paper examples

Conference papers are often published in book form or as a special issue of a journal. It is necessary to include the name, place and year of the conference.

Format: in text citation  
Alignment of expectations and assessments is a key underlying principle of systemic and standards-based reform (Surname, Year).

Format: reference  
Author surname, initials. (Year) Title of conference paper. In: Conference Proceedings Title, including location and date. Place of publication: Publisher.

Example: in text citation  
Alignment of expectations and assessments is a key underlying principle of systemic and standards-based reform (Webb, 2004).
Lecturer capture can be used to support learning and can help students to understand the subject matter (Gouia-Zarrad and Gunn, 2018).

Example: reference  
Webb, N. L. (2004) Mathematics education reform in California. In: Science and mathematics education in the United States: eight innovations: proceedings of a conference, Paris, 2000. Paris: OECD. 
Gouia-Zarrad, R. and Gunn, C.L. (2018) Students' perceptions of lecture capture in university math classes for engineers. In: Advances in Science and Engineering Technology International Conferences (ASET), Abu Dhabi, 2018. Abu Dhabi: IEEE.