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Hello, let me introduce myself. My name is Fadhilla and I'm from Indonesia. I'm currently doing my undergraduate thesis and I found this website through website searching.
So, I put one of the chapters in Community Tool Box as my literature review about Providing Training and Technical Assistance (Chapter 12) part "How do you deliver a training session" http://ctb.ku.edu/en/table-of-contents/structure/training-and-technical-assistance/deliver-training-session/main. But how to make the citation to be put on my bibliography? Because I found that the information isn't really complete, like the year of publishing that chapter, etc. Thank you so much for the help! :)
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Hello Fadhilla! I'm so glad you found the Tool Box useful. Here is the recommended way to cite it, keeping in mind, obviously, that "Chapter 3, Section 10: Conducting Concerns Surveys." would be replaced with the section you're citing and you would use the date on which you you actually retrieved the information. The full details are found here: https://ctb.ku.edu/en/use-policy
HOW TO CREDIT MATERIAL FROM THE COMMUNITY TOOL BOX
In order to cite the Community Tool Box, we suggest that you use the citation format of the American Psychological Association. Detailed information about their citation format is available in a tutorial at their website. An example citation for a section from the tools appears below.Example Citation:
Center for Community Health and Development. (2017). Chapter 3, Section 10: Conducting Concerns Surveys. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas. Retrieved January 2, 2017, from the Community Tool Box: http://ctb.ku.edu/en/table-of-contents/assessment/assessing-community-needs-and-resources/conduct-concerns-surveys/main
I hope this helps. Best of luck with the the thesis!
Nicole

Question Date: Sun, 11/19/2017