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MEG 2700 Fluid Mechanics: Web Resources

Basic Guidelines

Include whatever you can find of the following:

1. Author or creator of page.

2.  Article name in quotation marks.

3. Title of the website, project or book, italicized.

4. Any version numbers (editions, revisions, posted date, etc.).

5. Version or edition (if any).

6. Publisher name and date, if available.

7. URL without the https://.

8. Date accessed .

 

Web Page

Page on a Web Site 

In the example below, the title of the Web page ("Whitman the Fiction Writer") is enclosed in quotations, while the overall Web site (The Walt Whitman Archive) is italicized.

Example

 

Web Page, No Stated Author

Begin your citation with the title of the page or article if no author is available.

Example


Entire Web Site 

Include as much information as you can find in your citation.

example

American Memory Project. Library of Congress, memory.loc.gov/. Accessed 31 Aug. 2009.


Newspaper Article Published Online (Not Accessed Through a Database) 

If you are citing a periodical article published online which you have not accessed through a database, treat it as you would any other website.

If the website's titles is essentially the same as the name of its publisher, omit the publisher's name. (MLS 8th, p. 42)

Example

  


Magazine Article Published Online (Not Accessed Through a Database)

If you are citing a periodical article published online which you have not accessed through a database, treat it as you would any other website.

Example

 


Blog 

Blog sources should be associated with a reputable scholar or publisher.
 
 

Example

 

 

YouTube Video adapted from MLA 

 
Include the name of the author or group responsible for the video, the title of the video, the uploader, the publication date and date access.  If the uploader and author are the same, cite the author only once.

 
  • Use the video's upload date for the publication date.

  

Example