Why use a citation style?
The key to citing any source is to:
- be consistent in style and format;
- have a clear and neat format;
- present sufficient information for a reader to identify and find the work or cited passage;
- NOT make up your own rules.
For citing material from the Web, two additional pieces of information are usually needed:
- the electronic address or URL of the site (e.g. http://...)
- the date you accessed the site or database
Note: American University Library, "Know Which Style to Use-Overview," Citation Style Guide, http://subjectguides.library.american.edu/citation, (accessed 16 March 2013).
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Each tab covers a different Citation Style, complete with book reference, weblinks, definitions, and how-tos.
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