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Citations for Websites. 12 Basic IQ Skills. 12 Basic IQ Skills. F ind R etrieve A nalyze U se. IQ Skill - U se. Today’s presentation is based on the IQ skill U se. To properly cite a website is to use information in a legal and ethical manner. Types of Websites. Website Blog

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Citations for websites

Citations for Websites

12 Basic IQ Skills


12 basic iq skills

12 Basic IQ Skills

  • Find

  • Retrieve

  • Analyze

  • Use


Iq skill u se

IQ Skill - Use

  • Today’s presentation is based on the IQ skill Use.

  • To properly cite a website is to use information in a legal and ethical manner.


Types of websites

Types of Websites

  • Website

  • Blog

  • Podcast


How to cite the pc usa website

How to cite the PC (USA) Website

  • Cite as much as you can of the following:

    • Author

    • Title of the Page

    • Title or Owner of the Site

    • URL

    • Access Date


How to cite the pc usa website1

How to cite the PC (USA) Website

Note:

Dunigan, Erin, “Easy Being Green,” PC (USA), http://www.pcusa.org/pcnews/2009/09729.htm (accessed August 31, 2009).

Bibliography:

Dunigan, Erin. “Easy Being Green.” PC (USA). http://www.pcusa/pcnews/2009/09729.htm (accessed August 31, 2009).


How to cite philosophy religious studies blog

How to Cite Philosophy & Religious Studies Blog

  • Does not need to be included in the bibliography- only include in a note unless critical to an argument

  • Follow the basic pattern for the website but include the author’s name and the date of posting

  • Note:

    Miranda Bennett, “New Databases!,” Philosophy & Religious Studies Blog, entry posted August 21, 2009, http://weblogs.lib.uh.eut/phrs/ (accessed August 31, 2009).


How to cite npr podcast

How to cite NPR Podcast

  • A podcast has both a note and bibliographic entry.

  • Note:

    NPR, “When Treating Depression, Entire Family Called On,” NPR Website, Windows Media Player video file, 4:14, http://www.npr.org/templates/archives/archive.php?thingId=3&date=08-31-2009&p-16 (accessed August 31, 2009).

  • Bibliographic entry:

    NPR. “When Treating Depression, Entire Family Called On.” NPR Website. Windows Media Player video file, 4:14. http://www.npr.org/templates/archives/archive.php? thingId=3&date=08-31-2009&p-16 (accessed August 31, 2009).


Bibliography

Bibliography

Turabian, Kate L. A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers. 8th ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013.


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