Advanced online publications
- Before you submit your paper check to see if article is published.
- If it has been published, cite the published version.
- If no DOI is available use the journal URL Add "Advanced online publication" (without quotes) in place of volume number. Do not italicize.
- Publishers may use different terminology for not yet published online resources (i.e. prepublished). But always use "Advanced online publication" in your citation.
Bjorn Brembs. (2011). Spontaneous decisions and operant conditioning in fruit flies. Behavioural Processes. Advanced online publication. doi: 10.1016/j.beproc.2011.02.005
Online Version of a Print Book
Brynie, F. H. (2009). Brain Sense: The science of the senses and how we process the world around us [ebrary Reader version]. Retrieved from http://site.ebrary.com/lib/liu/docDetail.action?docID=10333735
Online only book
DeVoss, D. N., McKee, H. A., & Selfe, R. (Eds.). (2009). Technological ecologies and sustainability. Retrieved from http://ccdigitalpress.org/tes/
Pancsofar , E.L.. (2007). “Physical restraint.” In Encyclopedia of Special Education: A Reference for the Education of the Handicapped and Other Exceptional Children and Adults. Retrieved from http://www.xreferplus.com/entry/wileyse/physical_restraint
Attention Deficit Disorder. (2009). In Britannica Concise Encyclopedia. Retrieved from http://www.xreferplus.com/entry.do?id=9788059
- Provide as much of the required information that you can find, including author, title, and date
- If no author is apparent use the organization name as author
- If no date is apparent (look for copyright statement) use the abbreviation for "no date," n.d. in parentheses (n.d.)
- Be sure to provide enough information so the resource can be found
Dolphin Research Centre. (2007). Dolphin natural history. Retrieved from http://www.dolphins.org/marineed_natural_history.php
√ Please refer to the Publication Manual for further information on citing electronic resources