These are a few of the most common types of citations for your Works Cited page. As always, ask your teacher or Mrs. Beeler if you need help.
Remember: If you are using Britannica Online or another database, look for the citation written for you. Just copy and paste it into your Works Cited page.
ReadWriteThink.orghas a great online tool for recording the information you need for a website citation. Use Bibme.org or Easybib.com where you can create a citation list in MLA or APA format...it does the work for you!
Citing an Entire Website
Title of the Site. Date site was last updated or copyright date. Name of Sponsoring Institution. Date of Access (today’s date) <URL>.
The History Channel. 2008. A&E Television Networks. 5 May 2009 <http://www.history.com>.
Helpful Hint: Look at the bottom of the web page for copyright information - this will give you the date updated and name of sponsoring institution.
Citing a single Page or Document from a Website
Author. “Title of Page or Document.” Title of the Site. Date site was updated or copyright date. Name of Sponsoring Institution. Date of Access (today’s date) <URL>.
EasyBib allows you to create free citations. It also has a great guide to writing citations. Just select the type of citation you are writing from the left-hand menu, and you will see what pieces of information are needed and where to find those pieces in the source you are using.
BibMe.org is another free online citation creator that's easy to use.