Answered By: Emily Thornton Last Updated: Oct 04, 2019 Views: 1
Oh, I see the problem. Try getting the citation from the actual ebook provider, not just from the library catalog. That should fill in the missing information.
For example, in the link you provided (https://brenau.on.worldcat.org/oclc/817225022 ), click on "View eBook" under the image of the book cover. That opens a new page with more information about the ebook. You can click the Cite button on the right and get a citation without the error message.
Note: the automatic citation generators are a good shortcut, but they're often wrong. If your professor is strict about APA style, you will want to manually fix the errors, like the incorrect title capitalization and the strange volume/edition part. You can use this as a guide: https://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/2011/06/how-do-you-cite-an-e-book.html