Authored chapter in book with editors
Author, B.B., Author, A.A., Author, C.C. Chapter Title. In Book Title; Editor, A.A., Editor, B.B., Eds.; Series Information (including series number); Publisher: Place of Publication, Year; Volume, Pages.
Author, A.A., Author B.B., Author, C.C. Title of Article. Journal Abbreviation [Online if online] Year, volume, pages.
See CASSI for a list of journal abbreviations.
Author, A.A. Title of site. URL (date accessed), other details if needed.
There are different acceptable ways to cite in text, check with your instructor to see which convention your class is using.
You may be asked to cite using author names for your citation, for example, a source with two authors will look like this (Moore and Martinez, 2017). If there are more than two authors, use the first name followed by et al. (Moore-Ramos et. al., 2011).
References in your bibliography will then be arranged alphabetically by the author's last name.
You may be asked to cite using a numerical convention where you refer to items in your bibliography either by using a number within parentheses (1) or in superscript1.
If using this format, references in your bibliography are number sequentially. If a reference is repeated, use the original number rather than giving it a new number.