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How to cite the sources that you use in your work

Web Pages in APA


Lastname, A. (Date of Publication). Title of web page. Site name. URL


Levi, M. (2019, December 16). Keeping families together in times of need. Territory.


Note: If the contents on a web page are designed to change over time, then include a retrieval date in your citation.

Lastname, B. (Date of Publication). Title of web page. Site name. Retrieved Date, from URL


Agresti, J. D. & McCutcheon, R. (2020, September 2). National debt facts. Just Facts. Retrieved September 8, 2020, from

In-Text Citations for APA

Use the author-date style. If no date is given, use the abbreviation "n.d.".

  • (Levi, 2019)
  • (Agresti & McCutcheon, 2020)

If the author is unknown, then cite the web page directly:

  • (Territory, 2019)
  • (Just Facts, n.d.)


Web Pages in MLA


Lastname, Firstname. "Title of Web Page". Name of Sponsor or Publisher, Date created. URL or DOI. Date of access.


Choi, Don Mee. "Wings of Return". Literary Hub, 2 Oct. 2020. Accessed 6 Oct. 2020.

Format for citing an entire Web Site:

Author or compiler name. Name of Site. Name of Sponsor or Publisher, Date of creation if available, URL or DOI. Date of access.


Literary Hub. Grove Atlantic and Electric Literature, Accessed 6 Oct. 2020. 

In-Text Citations for MLA

Provide the first item in the Works Cited entry that corresponds to the citation (e.g. author name, title, website name). Do not include page numbers or paragraph numbers based on the Web browser's print preview function.

  • (Choi)
  • (Literary Hub)

If discussing web pages in general, avoid including URLs in-text. Partial URLs can be used if it is a domain name, such as or

  • serves as a source of news regarding European politics.