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Facebook or Twitter

Social media is usually referenced as you would a website.

Include the author(s) details. If there is no author’s name use the username instead.

After the author(s) or username details, if there is no date supplied, use n.d.

Add the first few words (for example: up to ten words) of the social media entry (for example: a Facebook post or tweet). Italicise the social media entry.

Include the name of the platform (for example: Facebook or Twitter)

Add the date (for example: 17 May) of the social media entry. If an author posts multiple entries on one day, include the time after the date (for example: 13 January, 4.25 am).

Add the viewed date (for example: viewed 19 May 2016) and the URL address enclosed in angled brackets (< and >) after the date of the social media entry.

Obama, B 2016, It’s time for Senate leaders to put politics aside …, Twitter, 17 May, viewed 19 May 2016, .

Smith, P 2015, Rethinking higher education the team is everything, Facebook, 25 April, viewed 16 June 2015, .

For social media accounts that are not publicly accessible (for example: a private Facebook page), the social media entry should be referenced as personal communication.

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