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.
If you are writing for school, you first need to know what format the school requires. Is it APA? MLA? Many universities have citation generators to assist in proper citation and there are other free ones online. Just google the specific format and "citation generator" and you will find some of them.
(Someone from Grammarly can correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't believe Grammarly has this resource available, as it is a formatting issue, not a question of grammar.)
|link||answered Jun 11 '11 at 14:31 Patty T Grammarly Fellow|
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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