Books, Reference Books, and Book Chapters (APA 7.02)
Book with one author:
Allison, C. B. (1995).Present and past: Essays for teachers in the history of education. New York, NY: Peter Lang.
Book with multiple authors or editors:
Include up to seven names in the reference:
Zehm, S. J., Powell, R. R., Garcia, J., Gambell, R. V., & Morrow, L. R. (1998). Strategies for reaching at-risk adolescents. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Merrill.
Thirunarayanan, M. O., & Pérez-Prado, A. (Eds.). (2005). Integrating technology in higher education. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
If a book has eight or more authors or editors, include the first six names, insert three spaced ellipses ( . . . ), and add the last name. For large reference works with many consulting, contributing or associate editors, include only the general editor(s) or editor(s)-in-chief.
Book with a corporate author:
National Council of Teachers of English. (1996). Motivating writing in the middle school. Urbana, IL:Author.
Byrnes, M. (Ed.). (2008). Taking sides: Clashing views in special education (3rd ed.). Dubuque, IA: McGraw-Hill.
Always supply the DOI if one has been assigned, in which case no further retrieval information is required.
Otherwise, provide a retrieval statement giving the relevant URL:
Levy, Y. (2006). Assessing the value of e-learning systems [NetLibrary version]. Retrieved from http://www.netlibrary.com/Details.aspx?ProductId=136240
Mill, J. S. (1999).On liberty. Peterborough, Canada: Broadview Press. (Original work published 1859)
Chapter from an edited book:
Ochs, E. (1984). Language acquisition and socialization. In R. Levine (Ed.), Culture theory: Essays in mind, self, and emotion (pp. 276-320).New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.