Retrieved Month Day, Year site was last viewed (if content is likely to change over time), from URL If the content could change over time, include the Month Day, Year you viewed the site after the word "Retrieved" and before the words "from URL" Canada: Education structure. Retrieved February 17, 2018, from Id=27&uri=country-content&nid=62.18&key=country-ed-structure Note: As this content is likely to change over time, the date the website was viewed was included in the retrieval information. Paragraph Number if more than one paragraph in section) Example: ("Canada," 2018, Grading system) Note: When there are no visible page numbers or paragraph numbers, you may cite the section heading and the number of the paragraph in that section to identify where your quote came from. This document is unlikely to change over time so no retrieval date is required. Wikipedia may not be considered an acceptable source for a college or university assignment.
In this example, there is only one paragraph under the specific heading, so no paragraph number is needed. Likely a brand new document with a new URL would take its place. Be sure to evaluate the content carefully and check your assignment.
This guide can help you with the more fundamental tasks including: 1.
Reference Formats - examples and explanations for citing your sources in the various formats for your References list 2.
4) Note: When there are no visible page numbers or paragraph numbers, you may cite the section heading and the number of the paragraph in that section to identify where your quote came from. 1) Note: If a dictionary or encyclopedia entry has no author, the in-text citation should include the title of the entry.
The title of the entry should be in quotation marks, with each word starting with a capital letter.
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For example you may have a year but no month or day.
If there is no date provided, put the letters (n.d.) in round brackets where you'd normally put the date.