Intranet document [from Electronic source using APA 6th ed.]
An intranet document has not been published, but produced within an organisation, for internal use. Examples include course notes, a unit handbook, or a section or 'book' in a Moodle unit.
If you want to reference a journal article in Moodle which is a copyright-cleared digital scan of the print version, reference it as a journal article from a print source and use [Scan from Moodle] to indicate the format.
If you want to reference a book chapter in Moodle which is a copyright-cleared digital scan of the print version, reference it as a book from a print source or if it is an edited book, reference it as a chapter in an edited book from a print source and use [Scan from Moodle] to indicate the format.
If you access a book, e-book, article, or e-journal via a link in Moodle, reference these sources in the usual way.
As this may not be a recoverable item for the reader, it is important to show that it is unpublished.
Author, Initials. or Organisation if no named author. (Year, plus month and day if given). Document title (policy/report/circular number if given). Unpublished intranet document, Organisation (if not listed first).
Bonar, I. (2003, October). Library policies and decision making. Unpublished intranet document, University of Portsmouth.
Jacobs, M. (2012, June). Criminology: Level 7. Unpublished intranet document, University of Portsmouth Institute of Criminal Justice Studies.
University of Portsmouth. (2004, December). Research and knowledge transfer strategy 2004-2008. Unpublished intranet document.
Citation in Text
Bonar (2003, p. 4) states that ...
KT activity ranges from market led applied research (University of Portsmouth, 2004, p. 2) ...
- If no date appears on the item you are trying to reference, insert (n.d.) where you would normally give the year.