Which is the correct way to cite a website?
"When they acquired horses, the women took part in buffalo hunts along with the men" (http://bigorrin.org/cheyenne_kids.htm), (Redish, Laura, Orrin Lewis. "Native Languages of the Americas." bigorrin.org/cheyenne_kids.htm), or (http://bigorrin.org/orrin/NativeAmericanFactsForKids)
This made it easier to get the roaming buffalo.
Hi Juline, to give you a concrete example as how to get the result of a citation generator, please follow the following steps:
1. Use a citation generator, for example: http://www.easybib.com/
2. Enter website address: http://bigorrin.org/cheyenne_kids.htm
(Make sure the texts you quoted can be found on this Web Page.)
3. Click: Cite this
4. Click: Create Citation
5. Select: MLA (by default, or change it)
6. The following citation will be created:
"Facts for Kids: Cheyenne Indians (Cheyennes)." Orrin's Website. Web. 09 July 2011.
|link comment||answered Jul 10 '11 at 00:31 Mike Shih New member|
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