Answered By: Jeff Dowdy
Last Updated: Mar 29, 2017     Views: 113

Before citing a website, be sure to evaluate the quality of the information. Generally, quality websites are easier to cite because they provide information on the currency of the information (date) and the authority or creator of the information. As the reader, you will have to determine if the information has any biases and whether it is reliable (does it provide references?). 

For basic formatting, see the APA Style guide

What if there's no author?

Do I include a retrieval date?  

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