This guidance can be used for articles from both print and online journals.
To be made up of:
Skelton, A. (2011). ‘Value conflicts in higher education teaching’, Teaching in Higher Education, 17(3), pp.257-268. doi: 10.1080/13562517.2011.611875.
If you are referencing an article that has not yet been published, follow the same format as for a standard journal article, and add:
(Jones, Kree and Rigby, 2014).
Jones, J., Kree, J. and Rigby, P. (2014). ‘Aerobic capacity’. To be published in Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research [Preprint]. Available at: http://journals.lww.com/jscr/Abstract/2015 (Accessed: 23 June 2015).
If there are four or more authors cite the first name listed in the source followed by et al. All authors'/editors' names should be listed in your reference.
(Darlow et al., 2013).
Reference List :
Darlow, B., Dowell, A., Baxter, G.D., Mathieson, F., Perry, M. and Dean, S. (2013). 'The enduring impact of what clinicians say to people with low back pain', Annals of Family Medicine, 11(6), pp.527-534.
If you are referencing an article you accessed via Moodle, follow the same format as for a standard journal article, and add:
(Jacobs et al., 2010)
Jacobs, A., Leach, C. and Spencer, S. (2010) 'Learning Lives and Alumni Voices', Oxford Review of Education, 36(2), pp.219-32. EDPS0013: Archive Research and Oral History in Education. Available at: https://moodle.ucl.ac.uk/mod/url/view.php?id=144138 (Accessed: 13 January 2021).