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Conference paper from a webpage


A conference paper from a webpage will generally be sourced from the conference's website or the website of the organisation hosting the conference.

For a conference paper from a webpage, enclose the title of the conference paper in single inverted commas.

Capitalise and italicise the name of the conference. For example: Space Safety is No Accident The 7th IAASS Conference.

Include the name of the conference host (for example: Curtin University), location and date of the conference. Include page numbers (if available).

Add the viewed date (for example: viewed 5 August 2016) and the URL address enclosed in angled brackets (< and >) after the name of the conference host, location and date of the conference (if supplied).

Gudmundsson, A & Laing, L 2011, ‘Facilitating student self-reflection in a blended learning environment', in ATN Assessment Conference 2011 Proceedings, Curtin University, Perth, 20 – 21 October, pp. 107-16, viewed 5 August 2016, .

Conference paper from a library database


For a conference paper sourced from a library database, include the title of the conference paper in single inverted commas (quotation marks). Capitalise and italicise the name of the conference. For example: Space Safety is No Accident The 7th IAASS Conference.

Include the publisher name (for example: CSIRO Publishing) and the database name (for example: EBSCOhost eBook) rather than the name of the conference host, location and date of the conference.



Chaudhary, B 2015, ‘Unconventional methods for space debris removal', Space Safety is No Accident The 7th IAASS Conference, Springer International Publishing, SpringerLink eBook database, pp. 49-58.


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