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For all content found on the Web, you must list the date you first viewed the resource. This comes last in a citation with the word "Accessed" before the websters dictionary citation. The date is given as Day Month Year and the month is abbreviated (e.g. Oct. instead of October)
An author can be a person but can also be an organization, or company. These are websters dictionary citation group or corporate authors.
If you are citing a chapter from a book that has an editor, the author of the chapter is listed first, and is the name listed in the in-text citation.
The format of all dates is: Date Month (shortened) Year. E.g. 5 Sept. 2012.
If there is more than one page put "pp." before the page numbers. If there is only one page put "p." before the page number.
If no page numbers are provided leave websters dictionary citation out of the citation.
Place of Publication
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Capitalize the first letter of websters dictionary citation important word in the title. You do not need to capitalize words such as: in, of, or an.
If there is a colon (:) in the title, include what comes after the colon (also known as the subtitle).
In-Text Citation - No Author
If a dictionary or encyclopedia entry has no author, the in-text citation should include the first word or words in websters dictionary citation title of the entry. The title of the entry should be in quotation marks, with each word starting with a capital letter.
Include the page number where the quote or paraphrased section appears if page numbers are provided.