Referencing articles

Documents on this site can be referenced using these formats

Where the author is an individual:

author surname, author initial., (year published). title of document, in italics. [pdf] Available at: www.youthworkwalesfull url source (Accessed dd/mm/yyyy)

Substitute details in red with information from the website source.

Example:
Williams, D., (2002). 'A Community Profile' A Group of Young People living in a small South Wales Valley Village. [pdf] Available at: http://www.youthworkwales.org.uk/creo_files/upload/files/A%20Community%20Profile.pdf (Accessed 8 September 2015)

Where the document is produced by an organisation:

organisation, (year published). title of document, in italics. [pdf] Available at: www.youthworkwalesfull url source (Accessed dd/mm/yyyy)

Substitute details in red with information from the website source.

Example:
Welsh Government, (2014). National Youth Work Strategy for Wales. [pdf] Available at: http://www.youthworkwales.org.uk/creo_files/upload/files/140221-national-youth-work-strategy-en.pdf (Accessed 8 September 2015)

Where no author/organisation is listed:

Youthworkwales, (year published). title of document, in italics. [pdf] Available at: www.youthworkwalesfull url source (Accessed dd/mm/yyyy)

Substitute details in red with information from the website source.

Where the date of the publication is unknown, put (no date) in place of (year published)

Example:
Youthworkwales, (no date). Essay Writing Guide. [pdf] Available at: http://www.youthworkwales.org.uk/creo_files/upload/files/essaywriting.PDF (Accessed 8 September 2015)

Refer to your learning provider for full details as they may require slight differences in style.