The names of all authors should be given in the references unless the number of authors is greater than six. If there are more than six authors, you may use et al. (meaning ‘and others’) after the name of the first author.
Where there are multiple authors, use commas between each name, and precede the final name with 'and'.
The author may be an organisation.
For books and journal titles, put the title in italics.
Important words of the title are capitalised, but not minor ones, such as ‘and’.
Edition number does not need to be given for first editions.
For USA publication, specify the U.S. State before the Country.
If the publication date is unknown, put in the abbreviation n.d. which stands for ‘no date’ e.g. n.d. or [1690?].
Where the full date is required such as for eJournals or websites, note that the month comes before the day and year.
Give page numbers unless the entire book is used. Page numbers are p. for a single page or pp. for multiple pages.
All references end with a full stop, unless the reference ends with a URL
If a reference contains both a URL and a DOI, list both (ending with the DOI). For example, Available: onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/book/10.1002/9780470516034 doi: 10.1002/9780470516034.
Common abbreviations: edition (ed.), editor (Ed.), and others (et al.), number (no.), pages (pp.), volume (vol.).
Abbreviations for months, words, journal titles and publishers can be found in the websites given below.
If unknown, omit details such as day or issue. Do not make up unknown information.