to Cite this Web Site
Before citing this web site, note that many of the pages
and illustrations on this site are linked from other web sites.
Therefore, if the particular material that you wish to cite comes from
one of those sources, please cite the original source rather than this
site. You can easily use your browser to verify the original Internet
address (URL) for the source of a frame or figure. In Netscape
for Windows 95 or 98, right click on the window and choose Open
Frame in New Window or View Image.
In Microsoft Internet Explorer, choose Open Link in New
Window. Select the new window. The actual URL will
appear in the Browser Location window near the top of the screen.
Citation for the entire web site:
Cross, J.W. (2002). The Charms of Duckweed. http://www.mobot.org/jwcross/duckweed.htm
(10 Nov. 2002).
- assuming that 10 Nov. 2002 was your date of access (substitute your
own date of access). This website has been in continuous revision
since July 1998, so 2002 is the year of publication.
Citation for a specific page or frame in this site (this
page for example):
Cross, J.W. (2002). How to cite this web site. The Charms of Duckweed.
(15 Sep. 2002) http://www.mobot.org/jwcross/duckweed-citation.htm (10 Nov. 2002).
The first date, 15 Sep. 2002, is the revision date for this page (frame),
which can be found by scrolling down to the bottom of the page, and assuming
10 Nov. 2002 was your date of access (substitute your own date of access).
Reference for this style of citation:
Walker, J.R.and Todd Taylor, T. (1998). The World Wide Web. About
the Columbia Guide to Online Style (1 Sep. 1998) http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cup/cgos/idx_basic.html
(23 Nov. 1999).
Give the author's last name and initials (if known) and the date of
publication in parentheses. Next, list the full title of the work, capitalizing
only the first word and any proper nouns; the title of the complete work
or site (if applicable) in italics, again capitalizing only the first word
and any proper nouns; any version or file numbers, enclosed in parentheses;
the protocol and address, including the path or directories necesssary
to access the document; and
finally the date accessed, enclosed in parentheses.
Burka, L. P. (1993). A hypertext history of
multi-user dimensions. MUD history. http://www.utopia.com/talent/lpb/muddex/essay
(2 Aug. 1996). "
Revised: September 15, 2002