When citing several volumes in an anthology, add the years the volumes were released (unless they were all published in the same year) and the volume numbers in parentheses after the title. For example, (Cambridge History of English Literature) would be used to refer to Edward Gibbon's classic history of English literature.
When citing multiple articles in a single volume on the same topic, use the titles as well as the publication information provided by the publisher. For example, (Cambridge History of English Literature) would be used to refer to both Margaret Drabble's and John Gardner's essays within the volume.
When citing one or more items in the bibliography or works cited page, follow the same rules for volume citations as above. In addition, include the page number(s) where the item(s) can be found.
In general, use common sense when citing collections. If there is no author given, check to see if it is clear who wrote what before you reference it. Also remember that each work has its own unique citation requirements so be sure to follow those instructions too!
The fundamental structure for citing journal articles
To reference an article or eBook from your list, click on its title. On the right side of the item page, click the Cite symbol. The Citation Format will be shown above the article or eBook that has been cited in several forms. The second style indicated is APA. Click on this option to create a new citation.
Use the conventional in-text citation format of the author's surname and year of publication to reference an ebook in your work. Include the author's last name and first initial, the year of publication, the italics title of the book, and the retrieval information or DOI number in an APA reference list entry. (The ISBN is also available as a search term on Amazon.com.)
For example, if the book was published in 2012 with this title: My Life As A Book, its full citation would be: McNamee, David (2012). My Life As A Book. New York: Simon & Schuster. Retrieved from www.simonandschuster.com/my-life-as-a-book.
If you are citing an ebook that is not yours, it is appropriate to cite the original publisher and date of publication. In addition, include the above information about ebooks in your own words. You can find out more about ebooks at www.apa.org/pubs/authors/how-to-write.aspx#038.
Ebooks may be included in collections such as series or compilations. When referencing an ebook that is part of a collection, use the same procedure as for single works, but include the other relevant details in your own words.
The following is the fundamental format for an annual report reference list entry in APA style, 7th edition:
When mentioning an appendix in an APA style, 2th edition reference entry, use the following elements: