Reprinted table or graph from a book

  • - Every graph or table included in your assignment needs a caption.  If it is not your own work, it also requires an in-text citation.
  • - The caption should include
    • - The word Table or Figure and a number (from 1, in numerical order), both in bold font.
    • - A title or brief description of the figure in italics. Include an in-text citation with author, date, and page number.
  • - If any further information is needed to clarify contents in the image, add the word Note. In the case of papers for publications, the copyright permission that has been granted is added here. The word Note should be added in italics, followed by a full stop.
  • - Enter a full reference in the references list.

 

Example

Author Surname, First Initial. (Year). Book title: Subtitle. Publisher.

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 Reference list example

Table 1.

Daily adult dosage of chromium

DAILY DOSAGE

 
RDA

Adults  0- 00 μg/day


Infants 10-40 μg/day

SR 100-300 μg/day
Deficiency limits <30 μg

Note. Reprinted from The Nutrient Bible (8th ed., p. 135), by H. Osiecki, 2010, Bio Concepts Publishing. Copyright 2010 by Bio Concepts Publishing.

Osiecki, H. (2010). The Nutrient Bible (8th ed.). Bio Concepts Publishing.

 

The reference entry is that of a book.

 
 
 

Adapted table or graph from a book

  • - Every graph or table included in your assignment needs a caption.  If it is not your own work, it also requires an in-text citation.
  • - The caption should include
    • - The word Table or Figure and a number (from 1, in numerical order), both in bold font.
    • - A title or brief description of the figure in italics. Include an in-text citation with author, date, and page number.
  • - If any further information is needed to clarify contents in the image, add the word Note. In the case of papers for publications, the copyright permission that has been granted is added here. The word Note should be added in italics, followed by a full stop.
  • - Enter a full reference in the references list.

 

Example

Author Surname, First Initial. (Year). Book title: Subtitle. Publisher.

In text example

 Reference list example

Table 1.

Daily adult dosage of chromium

DAILY DOSAGE

 
RDA

Adults  0- 00 μg/day

SR 100-300 μg/day
Deficiency limits <30 μg

Note. Adapted from The Nutrient Bible (8th ed., p. 135), by H. Osiecki, 2010, Bio Concepts Publishing. Copyright 2010 by Bio Concepts Publishing.

Osiecki, H. (2010). The Nutrient Bible (8th ed.). Bio Concepts Publishing.

 

The reference entry is that of a book.

 
 
 

Table or graph from a website

  • - Every graph or table included in your assignment needs a caption.  If it is not your own work, it also requires an in-text citation.
  • - The caption should include
    • - The word Table or Figure and a number (from 1, in numerical order), both in bold font.
    • - A title or brief description of the figure in italics. Include an in-text citation with author, date, and page number.
  • - If any further information is needed to clarify contents in the image, add the word Note. In the case of papers for publications, the copyright permission that has been granted is added here. The word Note should be added in italics, followed by a full stop.
  • - Enter a full reference in the references list.

 

Example

Personal or Corporate Author. (Last update or copyright date; if not known, put n.d.). Title of specific document.  URL of specific document

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 Reference list example

Table 1.

Oldest populations in Australia 2015

Note. Adapted from “Australia growing greyer”, by Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2016 (http://www.abs.gov.au/AUSSTATS/abs@.nsf/Previousproducts/3235.0Media%20Release12015?opendocument&tabname=Summary&prodno=3235.0&issue=2015&num=&view=). In the public domain.

Australian Bureau of Statistics. (2016). Australia going greyer. http://www.abs.gov.au/AUSSTATS/abs@.nsf/Previousproducts/3235.0Media%20Release12015?opendocument&tabname=Summary&prodno=3235.0&issue=2015&num=&view=

 

 

The reference entry is that of a website.

Table or graph from a journal

  • - Every graph or table included in your assignment needs a caption.  If it is not your own work, it also requires an in-text citation.
  • - The caption should include
    • - The word Table or Graph and a number (from 1, in numerical order), both in bold font.
    • - A title or brief description of the figure in italics. Include an in-text citation with author, date, and page number.
  • - If any further information is needed to clarify contents in the image, add the word Note. In the case of papers for publications, the copyright permission that has been granted is added here. The word Note should be added in italics, followed by a full stop.
  • - Enter a full reference in the references list.

 

Example

Author Surname, First Initial. (Year). Article title: Subtitle. Journal Title, Volume (issue), page range.

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 Reference list example

Figure 1.

Functions of Japanese

Note. Reprinted from “Japanese high school students’ use of L1 during pair-work”, by P. Leeming, 2011, International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 21(3), p. 368. Copyright 2011 by the International Journal of Applied Linguistics.

Leeming, P. (2011). Japanese high school students’ use of L1 during pair-work. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 21(3), 360-382.

 

The reference entry is that of a journal; this example refers to a hard copy journal.