Answered By: Lindley Homol Last Updated: Sep 02, 2023 Views: 401
According to APA conventions, if a document does not have an author, you list the source by the title in your reference list. You would also use the title in place of the author's name for in-text citations. For examples of APA citations without an author, please see the library's No Author's Listed portion of the APA citation guide.
If you are citing online classroom materials that are missing identifying information (like author), please follow these guidelines for online classroom materials.