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~ Book with One Author:
~ Book with More than One Author:
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~ Online Journal Article with DOI Assigned:
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If you have taken the photo, cite in-text only. Label the picture as a figure (Figure 1, etc.) and provide a caption with information on its content, date, location, and the people in the photo.
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Dunn, K. A., Hands, M. D., & Lloyd, N. M. (2004). Feasibility of
Kablejou Aquaculture in Namibia. Unpublished Interactive Qualifying Project.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Frey, J. P., Kendrick, R., Lowell, J. M., & Rothermel, J. M. (2006). Energy
Profiling for Off-Grid Energization Solutions in Namibia (Undergraduate
Interactive Qualifying Project No. E-project-050307-071942). Retrieved
from Worcester Polytechnic Institute Electronic Projects Collection:
Sansoucie, J. W., Ellsworth, E. M., Doyon, S. & Arnal, K. L. (2005). Opportunities
and Challenges for the Advancement of Citizen Science Programs. (Undergraduate
Interactive Qualifying Project No. 05D167I). Retrieved from
Worcester Polytechnic Institute Scanned Projects Collection:
Reference List Format:
Surname, A. B. (year). Patent Identifier No. xxx. Location: Source Name.
Reference List Example:
Bell, A. G. (1876). U.S. Patent No. 174,465. Washington, DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
In-Text Citation Format:
In text, cite the patent identifier and the year.
In-Text Citation Example:
(U.S. Patent No. 174,465, 1846)