Reed (2003) states that …
Black holes are still being discovered … (Reed, 2003).
Place direct quotes between double quotation marks " " and provide the page number(s).
"Recent discoveries of black holes …" (Reed, 2003, p. 502).
Author. (Year). Title of entry. In Title of reference work (pp. xx–xx). City, State/Country: Publisher. OR DOI/URL
Reed, D. L. (2003). Black holes. In Science Encyclopedia (5th ed., pp. 501–508). New York, NY: Academic Resources.
McColl, G. (2014). Abba. In L. Stacy & L. Henderson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of music in the 20th century [Kindle version]. Available from http://www.amazon.com/
Watergate scandal. (2009). In Encyclopaedia Britannica online. Retrieved from http://www.britannica.com/
Panadol (children) 3+ years chewable tablets. (2017). In Mims Online. Retrieved from https://www.mimsonline.com.au
The World Book encyclopedia. (2007). Chicago: World Book.
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