The basics of a reference list entry for a paper in a published conference proceedings:
Author or authors of paper. Surname followed by first initials.
Year (in round brackets).
Title of paper.
Editors of conference proceedings.
Title of conference proceedings (in italics).
Pages of paper (in round brackets).
Location of publisher.
Example: Hughes, H. (2002). Information literacy with an international focus. In K. Appleton, C. Macpherson, & D. Orr (Eds.), International Lifelong Learning Conference: Refereed papers from the 2nd International Lifelong Learning Conference (pp. 208-213). St Lucia, QLD: University of Queensland Press.
Proceedings of conferences, meetings and symposia can be published in book or periodical form.
To cite published proceedings from a book, use the same format as for a book or book chapter.
To cite proceedings that are published regularly, use the same format as for a journal article.
Kift, S., & Nelson, K. (2005). Beyond curriculum reform: Embedding the transition experience. In A. Brew & C. Asmar (Eds.), HERDSA 2005 Conference: Higher Education in a Changing World: Research and Development in Higher Education (pp. 225-235). Sydney, NSW: Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia. Retrieved from http://conference.herdsa.org.au/2005/pdf/refereed/
[Capitalise the names of conferences, symposia and meetings.]
Conference Proceeding Paper: Print
(Prayag & Ramjee, 2009)
Prayag, I. L., & Ramjee, R. (2009). The impact of Newcastle disease control on smallholder poultry production in Mauritius. In R. G. Alsers, P. B. Spadbrow, & M. P. Young (Eds.), Village chickens, poverty alleviation and the sustainable control of Newcastle disease: Proceedings of an international conference held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 5-7 October 2005 (pp. 132-134). Canberra, ACT: Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research.
[If there are more than two editors a comma is placed before the ampersand.]