Answered By: Rachel Willard Last Updated: Jul 08, 2016 Views: 4383
If providing information from a specific webpage, your reference citation would look like other sources:
Author, A. (year). Title of web page. Retrieved from http://exacturlofwebpage
Your in-text citation would also be similar to other sources: (Author, year)
When mentioning the existence of a website in general in the text (and not using information from it), there is no need to provide a full citation. Just include the URL in parentheses:
“To begin my research, I typed women and cancer into Google (http://www.google.com).”
- Read more on this page on citing electronic sources.
- See the Library's tips on evaluating resources.
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