Cite the name of the author/authoring body and the date created or last revised):
(International Narcotics Control Board 1999)
International Narcotics Control Board 1999, United Nations, accessed 1 October 1999, <http://www.incb.org>
Include the following information:
author (the person or organisation responsible for the site) year (date created or last updated) name of sponsor of site (if available) accessed day month year (the date you viewed the site) URL or Internet address (between pointed brackets) If possible, ensure that the URL is included without a line-break.
Information should include author/authoring body name(s) and the date created or last revised:
(Winston 1999) or: (World Health Organisation 2013)
Winston, J 1999, A look at referencing, AAA Educational Services, accessed 20 October 2002, <http://www.aaa.edu.au/aaa.html>. United Nations Web Services 2006,
World Health Organisation 2013, Financial crisis and global health, The United Nations, accessed 1 August 2013, <http://www.who.int/topics/financial_crisis/en/>.
Include the following:
author/ authoring body name (the person or organisation responsible for the site) year (date created or last updated) title (in italics) name of sponsor of site accessed day month year (the day you viewed the site) URL or Internet address (pointed brackets)
If the author's name is unknown, cite the website/page title and date:
(Land for sale on moon 2007)
Land for sale on moon 2007, accessed 19 June 2007, <http://www.moonlandregistry.com>.
If there is not date on the page, use the abbreviation n.d. (no date):
ArtsNSW n.d., New South Wales Premier’s Literary Awards, NSW Department of the Arts, Sport and Recreation, accessed 19 June 2007, <http://www.arts.nsw.gov.au/awards/ LiteraryAwards/litawards.htm>
Cite the author name and date.
Online journal articles (those available in webpage form only) usually do not have page numbers, so instead use section or paragraph numbers (please check with your tutor for their preferences). Sections of an article are divided by subheadings. For example:
(Morris 2004, sec. 3, par. 2)
Morris, A 2004, 'Is this racism? Representations of South Africa in the Sydney Morning Herald since the inauguration of Thabo Mbeki as president'. Australian Humanities Review, no. 33, accessed 11 May 2007, <http://www.australianhumanitiesreview.org/archive/Issue-August-2004/morris.html>.
Rowland, TA 2015, 'Feminism from the Perspective of Catholicism', Solidarity: The Journal of Catholic Social Thought and Secular Ethics, vol. 5, no. 1, accessed 12 December 2015, <http://researchonline.nd.edu.au/solidarity/vol5/iss1/1>.
author(s) name and initials title of the article (between single quotation marks) title of the journal (in italics) available publication information (volume number, issue number) accessed day month year (the date you last viewed the article) URL or Internet address (between pointed brackets)