Answered By: Lindley Homol
Last Updated: Aug 23, 2016     Views: 57

According to APA conventions, if the work you are citing does not have a publication date, you would use "n.d.," to indicate "no date," in both the reference list and the in-text citation. For examples of how to cite documents without a date, see the library's APA citation guide

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