Conference paper: how to cite in APA (7th ed.)?

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Basic rules

APA Style (7th edition) requires referencing a paper published in conference proceedings as one would normally reference a chapter of an edited book. Therefore, the following data should be included in the reference: data on the abstract author(s), year of publication, abstract title, conference proceedings title, editors’ data, pages used, and publisher. For a conference report accessed online, the DOI or URL address should also be given.

How to cite in a bibliography

Basic reference template:

Author(s). (Year). Paper title. In Editor (Ed.), Conference proceedings title (pp. pages). Publisher. DOI/URL

Examples of references

Baudo, V., Casiraghi, D., Tomasini, A., & Sancassani, S. (2018). A multiple approach to support international collaboration on MOOC design: The experience of tomorrow's land MOOC. In A. Volungeviciene & A. Szűcs (Eds.), Exploring the micro, meso and macro: Navigating between dimensions in the digital learning landscape (pp. 663–672). European Distance and E-Learning Network.

Karakaş, A. (2016). The place of mother tongue in the teaching of content courses through English-medium instruction. In F. Kılıçkaya (Ed.), The 5th International Conference on Language, Literature and Culture (p. 52). Mehmet Akif Ersoy University.

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