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  • How to Cite a Web Site in APA, CSE, AMA and MLA Style

    APA (American Psychological Association) style:

    Note: This applies to general web sites only--formats vary for different electronic media (podcast, blog posting, ebook, etc.). It is an interpretation of the information in the sources listed below. If in doubt please consult the appropriate manual, all of which are in the UNE Libraries, or ask your professor for guidance.


    Rind, David. The ozone hole and global warming patterns: a new interpretation [Internet]. New York (NY): Goddard Institute for Space Studies; c2009 [cited 2009 Jun 30]. Available from

    author's name, if knowndate of publication or last revision, if known, in parentheses (use n.d. for no date)title of documenttitle of complete work, if applicable retrieved from (URL beginning with http://)*the retrieval date is only needed for undated or changeable content; such as preprint journal articlesWhen a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) is available for an online document, include the DOI instead of the URL in the reference.APA Style Guide to Electronic References is available online through UNE Library Services.


    CSE (Council of Science Editors) style: (formerly called CBE)

    authors name, if knowntitle of document, followed by [Internet]edition, if anyplace of publication: publisherdate of publication [date updated; date cited]available from: URL beginning with http://

    American Psychological Association. (2009, April 23). Living outside the box: new evidence shows going abroad linked to creativity [Press release]. Retrieved from

  • AMA (American Medical Association) style:

    author(s) if giventitle of the specific item cited (if none given, use the name of the organization responsible for the site)name of the Web siteURL published (month, day, year)updated (month, day, year)accessed (month, day, year)


    1. Interim guidance for clinicians on identifying and caring for patients with swine-origin influenza A (H1N1) virus infection. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Web site. Updated May 4, 2009. Accessed July 1, 2009.

    MLA (Modern Language Association) style:

    authors name, if knowntitle of the work (italicized if the work is independent, in quotation marks if the work is part of a larger work)title of the overall website, italicized if distinct from title of the workversion or edition usedpublisher or sponsor of the site, if not available, use of publication (day, month and year, as available, or use n.d.)medium of publication (Web)date of access (day, month, year)URL in angle brackets < > (only when the reader probably cannot locate the source without it or if the publisher requires it).


    Barber, Susan E. One Hundred Years toward Suffrage: An Overview. Votes for Women: Selections from the National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection, 1848-1921. Lib. of Cong., 19 Oct. 1998. Web. 1 July 2009.

  • Works Consulted (cited in MLA format)

    AMA Manual of Style: a Guide For Authors and Editors. 10th ed. New York,

    NY: Oxford University Press, 2007. Print.

    APA Style Guide to Electronic References. Washington, DC: American

    Psychological Association, 2007. UNE Library Services. Web. 1

    July 2009.

    MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing. 3rd ed. New York,

    NY: Modern Language Association of America, 2008. Print.

    Scientific Style and Format: the CSE Manual for Authors, Editors, and

    Publishers. 7th. ed. Reston, VA: Council of Science Editors,

    2006. Print.

    UNE Reference ServicesJuly 2009


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