Answered By: Sara Fillbrandt, Digital Services Librarian Last Updated: Jun 26, 2018 Views: 3812
Note: If you are creating a reference and citation for an eTextbook, please see our ANSWER on that, because eTextbooks are a little different than "regular" eBooks.
Author. (Date). Title. Retrieval information.
Sample Reference (see more below):
Louv, R. (2008). Last child in the woods. Retrieved
Sample in-text citations that match the above reference:
According to Louv (2008), children should have the opportunity to go outside on a frequent...
Children learn more in the outdoors than commonly assumed (Louv, 2008).
Creating Your Own References:
- Login to your NoodleTools account.
- Create a project or use a pre-existing project
- Click on the Sources tab.
- Click on the +Create New Citation button.
- Select the tab for Database.
- Click on Book from the menu.
- Fill in the information about the book requested.
- Note: if you have an ebook from a database, you will need to provide retrieval information
- Click on Submit.
Example References from the Library's eBook DATABASES:
- Credo eReference
Dictionary of computing (5th ed.). (2004). Retrieved from http://www.acblack.com
Pass, C., Lowes, B., Chadwick, L., Pendleton, A., Afferson, M.,
O'Reilly, D. (2006). Collins dictionary of business. Retrieved from
- eBooks via EBSCO
Garrett, D. Bradbary, D. (2005). Herding chickens: Innovative techniques
for project management. Retrieved from http://www.wiley.com/
Long, K. (1999). Frogs: A wildlife handbook. Retrieved
- Gale eReference
Scholarships, fellowships and loans (23rd ed.). (2007). Retrieved from
Barker, C. (2011). Photoshop down & dirty tricks for designers.
Retrieved from http://www.peachpit.com/
- Cloud Library
Martel, Y. (2004). Life of Pi [PDF eBook].
Note: Cloud Library books are actually read from the Cloud Library app. Use our instructions on references for materials inside apps.
Why did we use the [version] in the Cloud Library books?
If you need to cite an eBook that you downloaded to your computer or to a device like a Kindle, iPhone, Andorid phone, Nook, eReader or MP3 player, the method in which you read it the book is incorporated into the citation at the place reserved for the publication.