Study Guides and Strategies
Greek Stoic philosopher
- Time, stress and
with others, and in the classroom
Citing Websites series
American Psychological Association style
Create your APA website citation: (Guidelines below)
Author. (Date published if available; n.d.–no date– if not). Title of article. Title of web site . Retrieved date. From URL.
- Separate each item of the citation with a period and two spaces
- Use hanging indents following the first line
- List entries alphabetically by author, if no author list the title first
Landsberger, J. (n.d.). Citing Websites. In Study Guides and Strategies. Retrieved May 13, 2005, from http://www.studygs.net/citation.htm.
Remember to refer to your department or instructor
- Type of style required
- Any variations. For example,
- Respective manuals for sequencing the list, for page notes, and for other detailed information
- Refer to the Basics of APA Style Tutorial for updates on the 6th edition, as well as the various citation types and options.
-whether to include the retrieval date
-how to cite digitial object locators
(.pdf’s, images, Flash pieces, etc.)
AMA | APA | MLA | Chicago | Turabian/Harvard
Seven stages of writing assignments:
Index | Develop your topic (1) | Identify your audience (2) |
Flash exercise contributed by Jordan Noll and Dr. Brad Hokanson, Interactive Media (DHA 4384) School of Design, University of Minnesota. Adapted and revised by Joe Landsberger
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