28 Website as a Whole

Follow the author/date format as you would for a print resource. If you are citing a direct quote and there is no page number, use the name of the chapter or heading where the quote appears.

(American Psychological Association, 2010, pp. 171-172)

If you are referring to a website in its entirety, just refer to the name and website’s homepage address in the text of your paper. There is no need for a reference list entry.

The Bank Street Bookstore is a wonderful website for finding that perfect children’s book (http://www.bankstreetbooks.com/)[1]

The Center for Children’s Literature uses Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/BankStreetLib) to keep patrons up-to-date on events.[2]

 


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