Answered By: Laurie Bastien Last Updated: Oct 02, 2019 Views: 36
Citing an e-book using a propriety format, like a Kindle e-book, is similar to citing a print version of a book, but you will need to note the type of e-book version you are using (e.g., Kindle version). If the e-book is just a PDF, HTML, or ePub version of the book, it will follow a typical book citation, but with a URL at the end back to the e-book for ease of access. Take a look at the examples linked to below from Academic Writer on how to cite e-books from platforms like Kindle.
For e-books found in the PG Library, we recommend just citing them as if they were a normal print edition. This gives fellow students and faculty all the information they need to find it in our databases and is also the recommendation in the new 7th Edition of the APA Style manual.