Online Book (E-Book)

  • Author. Title. Publishing info (if available). Title of the Website book was found. Medium of Publication. Access Date.

Part of an Online Book (E-Book)

  • Author. "Title of Book Part." Title of Book. Publishing info (if available). Page Numbers (if available). Title of the Website book was found. Medium of Publication. Access Date.
  • If there has no page numbers use "n. pag."

Example:

Burns.C. Montgomery. "Hellfish Years 1939-45." Will There Ever be a Rainbow. Springfield: Nuclear Powered Press. 75-83. Documenting the Histories of World War II. Web. 4 May 2005.

Online (only) Journal

  • Author. "Title." Publication title Volume. Number (Date): pages. Medium of Publication. Access Date.
  • If there has no page numbers use "n. pag."

Example:

Albertson, Jeff. "Worst Episode Ever." Scholarly Springfield. 35.2 (2001): n.pag. Web. 24 Aug. 2008.

Online Magazine / Newspaper

  • Author. "Article Title." Publication title. Publisher of the site, Date of publication. Medium of Publication. Access Date.
  • If the publisher of the site is unavailable use "N.p."

Examples:

Burns, Charles M. "Let Them Have their TARTAR Sauce: Out of the Box Ways to Motivate Employees." Nuclear Management Weekly. Nuclear Management Group, 13 Nov. 2003. Web. 25 Nov. 2007.

Bouvier, Selma. "The Danger of Fireworks or How I Lost my Sense of Smell: The Bottlerocket Incident." Springfield Shopper.com. N.p., 2 Mar. 1990. Web. 10 Feb. 2000.

Online Film or Video

  • Title of Film. Director. Distributor, Year of publication. Web. Access Date. < URL >.
  • To indicate the roles of contributors use the abbreviations that follow. Director = Dir., Performers = Perf., Producers = Prod., Writer = Screenplay by.
  • Access date is presented in the following format day, Month, year (e.g. 2 March 2010).

 

Web Site

  • Author. Title of page. Sponsoring Organization/Publisher, Date of Publication or last update. Medium of Publication. Access Date.
  • If the web site has no author, begin with the title of the web site.
  • If the web site has no title, provide a brief description "Home page."
  • If sponsor/publisher of the site is unavailable use "N.p."
  • If the web site has no date of publication information, use "n.d."

Example:

Simpson, Homer. Compu-Global-Hyper-Mega-Net. Compu-Global-Hyper-Mega-Net, 1996. Web. 10 Aug. 2002.

Discussion List

  • Author. "Subject Line." List Name. Sponsor/Publisher of the Site, Date of Publication. Medium of Publication. Access Date.
  • When possible cite an archived version of the post for easier locating.
  • If sponsor/publisher of the site is unavailable use "N.p.".

Example:

Moleman, Hans. "Frozen No More: The not so Kwik-E-Thaw." Moleman in the Morning. KJAZZ-FM, 2 Aug. 1996. Web. 5 July 1999.

E-Mail

  • Author. "Title of message from subject line." Message to Recipient. Date. Medium of Publication.

Example:

Smithers, Waylan. "RE: Simpson, Homer." Message to Montgomery Burns. 2 June 1989. Email.

Online Images

  • Artist if Available. Title of Image. Date of Image. Title of Web Site. Medium of Publication. Access Date.
  • If the artist name is not available begin with the title.
  • If the image has no title provide a description.

Example:

Groening, Matt. Kang and Kodos, Bill and Bob. 31 Oct 1995. Treehouse of Horror VII.com. Web. 17 May 2006.

Blog Entry

  • Last Name, First Name, "Title of individual blog entry." Title of Weblog. Sponsoring/Publishing organization if available. Date posted. Medium of Publication. Date accessed.
  • If sponsor/publisher of the site is unavailable use "N.p.".

Example:

Pie, Arnie. "10 Reasons I'd Make a Better Anchor than Kent Brockman." Pie in the Sky KBBL-TV.com. 15 Feb 2008. Web. 15 July 2009.

Advertisement

  • Name of product or company that is the subject of the advertisement. (Descriptive Label) Advertisement. Source of the Advertisement. Date Accessed. Medium of Publication.

Example:

Duff Beer. Advertisement. KBBL-TV.com. 20 April 1993. Web.

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