Author, A. A. (date of publication). Document Title. Retrieved from URL
At a minimum, a reference of an Internet source should provide a document title or description, the date of publication or update (when available) and the URL that leads to the entry page for the document. Wherever possible, identify the author(s) of the document. Sometimes you have to hunt around to find the information. Try going up a page of the URL. (http://www.apastyle.org/)
Do not put a period after the URL
Reddick, A., & Boucher, C. (2002). Tracking the dual digital divide. Retrieved
(Reddick & Boucher, 2002)
Canadian Council on Social Development. (n.d.).A profile of health in Canada:
The health of Canadians. Retrieved from
(Canadian Council on Social Development, n.d.)
Daycare in High River offering night care. (2011, October 4).
When there is no author for a web page, the title moves to the first position of the reference entry.
(“Daycare in High River”, 2011) Use a few words of the title if the title is too long (Publication manual, 2010, p. 176)