Examples of in-text citations:
Chung (2020) posits as positive relationship between.....
The National Library of Australia is focused on providing access to online resources whilst their physical space is closed due to the Corona virus pandemic (National Library of Australia, 2020).
Author's surname, initials. (Year, month day). Article title in italics. Name of publication. URL.
McKenzie, A. (2019, March 12). The beginning of the Australian web archive. National Library of Australia. https://www.nla.gov.au/stories/blog/trove/2019/03/12/preserving-australias-web-history
The instructions below provide information about how to reference either a complete Facebook page, or a specific post on a page.
Author's surname, Initials (Year.). Page name in italics [Facebook page]. Facebook. Retrieved month day, year, from URL.
Bonds. (n.d.). Home [Facebook page]. Facebook. Retrieved April 20, 2020, from https://www.facebook.com/BONDS/
References for Facebook posts include information about the type of content in square brackets following the title of the work. (Remember, if the work does not have a title, use up to the first twenty words of the post as the title)
The general structure of the reference should be:
Author's surname, Initials. (Year, month day). Title of post or first 20 word in italics [Format]. Facebook. URL
Murakami, H. (2019, October 12). Painting Commendatore: a billboard with a difference [Video]. Facebook.https://www.facebook.com/133236186703780/videos/3686780548014393/
Photos on Instagram are treated slightly differently to photos on other websites - instructions for referencing other photos can be found in the 'Images' page of this guide.
References for Instagram have more detailed date information, and include both of the creator's name and their handle.
Author's surname, Initials. [Handle]. (Year, month day). Title of photo in italics [Format]. Platform. URL.
Wang, V. [@Verawanggang] (2020, April 16). A look back at a work of art [Photo]. Instagram. https://www.instagram.com/p/B_BNwsdBytM/
You can reference either an individual tweet, or a Twitter profile. In both cases, you should include both the name of the author and their Twitter handle at the start of your reference list. Include only their name in your in-text citation
For individual tweets, include details of any content that is included with the tweet in square brackets after the tweet title eg [Image attached]; [Thumbnail with link attached]. If no content is linked, skip this section of the reference.
Author's surname, Initials. [Twitter handle]. (Year, month day). Title of tweet or up to first twenty words in italics [Details of linked content as required] [Tweet]. Twitter. URL.
National Library of Australia [@nlagovau]. (2020, April 20]. Due to the need to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the Library building is closed to visitors [Thumbnail with video attached] [Tweet]. Twitter.https://twitter.com/nlagovau/status/1241970621065711616
Author's surname, Initials. [Twitter handle]. (Year). Page name in italics [Twitter profile]. Twitter. Retrieved month day, year, from URL