04-17-2018 06:56 AM
I am a librarian at a small private college in Germany. I am supposed to create an Output Style that fits our standards.
Our standards say, that the students have to differ between regular Journal Articles and E-Journal Articles. If it's a print Journal, they are supposed to name the pages, if it's an E-Journal they are supposed to give the DOI or URL instead.
I am editing the APA 6th ed. Output Style and it says
Author. (Year). Title. Journal|, Volume|(Issue)|, S. Pages|.
How do I have to edit this, to get what I need?
Thank you in advance and please forgive me any grammar or spelling mistakes, English is not my first language.
04-18-2018 09:44 AM
EndNote contains different reference types that can be used for this purpose.
Regular print Journal articles can be entered using the "Journal Article" reference type.
E-Jourals should be entered using the "Electronic Article" reference type, which already has this as it's definition in the APA format included in EndNote:
Author. (Year). Title|. [Reviewed Item]|. Periodical Title, Volume|(Issue)|, Pages|.| `Retrieved from` Website Title `website`: |URL| `doi:`DOI