• You should not cite from Unit Readers, Study Guides, or lecture notes, but where possible you should go to the original source of the information.
• If you do need to cite articles from the Unit Reader, treat the Reader articles as if they were book chapters or journal articles.
• In your citations refer to the page numbers from the Reader, if given, not the original page numbers (unless you have independently consulted the original).
Standard format for citation
#. Give all available details in the appropriate format for the original material, then add: In Title of Study Guide or Reader: Subtitle. Publisher: Place of publication, Year; Page Numbers.
1. Campbell, C. J.; Laherrere, J. H. The End of Cheap Oil. Sci. Am. 1998, 278 (3), 78-83. In Introduction to Energy Studies (PEC190) Unit Reader. Murdoch University: Murdoch,WA, 2006; pp 129-134.