List the author by surname and first and middle initials only. For the title, do not use quotes and only capitalize the first word of the title and subtitle and proper nouns.
List each author as they appear in the article. Use ampersand (&) rather than "and."
List the first six authors, put an ellipses (...), and list the last author.
Begin with the article title.
Only include the publication year (not month).
Include the Digital Object Identifier (DOI), which is like a digital thumbprint: its unique and permanent numbers and letters help identify it. It is typically on the first or last page of the article. It may also be listed in the CrossRef Database. If you are having trouble finding the DOI, ask a librarian. There is no space between "doi:" and the numbers. Do not put a period at the end of the DOI.
Give the publication's homepage URL (not the database where the article was retrieved).You may need to search the Internet to find its homepage. Do not put a period at the end of the URL.
Include the volume number first and the issue number in parentheses.
Include the magazine's homepage URL (not the database where you found it). Do not include page numbers for online magazine articles.
If an article appears on discontinuous pages, list each of the page numbers where it appears. For multiple pages, use "pp."
At the end, include the newspaper's homepage URL (not the database where it was retrieved).
After the report title, include the report number, publisher location, and publisher.