WEBPAGES, WEB SITES and other Electronic Media
Smith, Gerry. Citing Sources. Any University. 29 Aug. 2017, anylibrary.libguides.com/citing.
Accessed 9 Sept. 2017.
“Infographic: Benefits of Language Learning.” Modern Language Association,
Accessed 16 Aug. 2017.
Ruppel, Kathy. "Library Hours on Sundays." Received by Laura McNamara, 12 Dec. 2016.
@kruppel. "Library is open 1-8 on Sundays." Twitter, 10 Sept. 2017, 12:30 p.m.,
Treat PowerPoint slides or other files downloaded from Canvas as digital files. Include the type of file as the “medium of publication.” (Example: Microsoft PowerPoint file, PDF file) If the file type cannot be determined, use Digital file. Check with your faculty to see if they want additional information included such as course name, date. etc.
Avellino, Denise. “Welcome to Citations!” 2016. Microsoft PowerPoint file.
After YouTube or web site name, include who or which organization uploaded the video if available
“Hurricane Irma Path and Latest on Category 5 Storm.” YouTube, uploaded by ABC News,
5 Sept. 2017, www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0EVytOGj-E. Accessed 6 Sept. 2017.
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