Provide as much information as possible to assist your professor in evaluating your resource. Include:
2. Title of web page (italicized)
3. Date web page was published (or updated)
4. URL of web page
Tips: Capitalize the first word only of the page title, unles it includes proper nouns.
Do not put a period at the end of the URL (even though it is at the end of the citation).
Keep URL all on one line; if necessary, break only before a forward slash (/).
Web Page, No Stated Author
If no author can be found, begin the citation with the title of the Web page.
Africa: arts and cultures. (2009). Retrieved from http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/world_cultures/africa
If the author's full name cannot be found, it is acceptable to use the blogger's screen name.
Lessig, L. (2009, April 26). Architects of openness [Web log message]. Retrieved from
Annoyed Librarian. (2009, July 22). Improving neighborhood libraries [Web log message]. Retrieved from
Citation examples courtesy Pellissippi State Community College Library Guides.