The basics of a reference list entry for a paper in a published conference proceedings:
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.
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|Conference Proceeding Paper: Online||(Kift & Nelson, 2005)
As Kift and Nelson (2005) claim ...
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/paper_294.pdf
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.