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APA Style Guide: 7th Edition

Open Textbook

As defined by BCcampus, an open textbook is a "textbook licensed under an open copyright license and made available online to be freely used by students, teachers, and members of the public". Some examples of popular open textbook sites are BCcampus, OpenStax, and Project Gutenberg.

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Formatting Examples

Examples of formatting an in-text citation for this item are outlined below:

Reference Information

Melrose, S., Dusome, D., Simpson, J., Crocker, C., & Athens, E. (2015). Supporting individuals with intellectual disabilities and mental illness. BCcampus. https://opentextbc.ca/caregivers

In-text Citation Guidelines

Examples                                                                                                           

1.

Parenthetical citation example

 

 

Consider this a paraphrased sentence (Melrose et al., 2015).   

2.

Narrative citation example

 

According to Melrose et al. (2015), "consider this a direct quote" (p. 105).

Remember, in-text citation formatting may change depending on a number of factors.

See Number of Authors, Publication Date, and Page/Paragraph Number or Heading for more information.  

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