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Vancouver Campus Copyright Information for Thesis and Dissertation Publication: Citing Your Sources

APA Citation

All copyrighted material that you use in your thesis must include an expanded citation. The 6th Edition of the APA manual outlines the suggested wording for this citation in section 2.12. If the copyright holder has asked you to use specific wording, then use that rather than the wording outlined in the APA manual.

Other resources:

Citing Creative Commons works

CreativeCommons.org suggests the following attribution of material used under a Creative Commons Licence:

"Name of the Work" by "Author" is licensed under "CC BY 2.0"

Credits and CC Licensing

This guide has been used and adapted with permission from Royal University Copyright Information Guide by Kimberley Budd and from UBC's Theses and Dissertations(CC BY-SA 4.0) license

Guide is licensed under a CC Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International Licence.