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Sample Paper References

You should document all of the information gathered for this paper. Here is how references should be written:

Electronic Resources

Web Page:

Author/editor. (year). Title [Type of medium]. Company (optional). Retrieved month day, year, from the World Wide Web: http://domainname.com/path/filename.

Reference Section Example:

Next, you have to indicate which part of the online resource you used. With a traditional book, you would cite the page number, but webpages generally do not have page numbers. Instead, use the paragraph number, preceded by the paragraph symbol (create by using this code, ¶ or ¶ ) or the abbreviation for paragraph, para.

In Text Example:

E-mail:

Sender (sender's e-mail address). (year, month day). Subject of message. E-mail to recipient (recipient's e-mail address).

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In Text Example:

Discussion List Messages

Author. (year, month day). Subject of message. Subject of message. Discussion list name [Type of medium]. Available Email: Discussion list@e-mail address [Date viewed.]

Library Resources

Books

Author/editor. (year). Title. City of publication, [state of publication]: Publishing company.

Example:

Magazines

Author. (year, month day). Title of article. Magazine, volume number, pages numbers.
Example:

Online Surveys and Polls

Author of survey. (year). Title of survey. Retrieved month day, year, from the World Wide Web: http://domainname.com/path/filename. Notice that the % symbol comes before numbers, except when the number begins a sentence.