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How do you cite something from online?

How do you cite something from online? Topic: Citing online books
June 19, 2019 / By Darcie
Question: I have a 4 page paper to do and I have to cite stuff. I know if you use a book it's like (Author, Book Title, Page number) or something like that. What if it's online? How do I do it? Please help :]
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Originally Answered: Any online Bachelor Computer Degree Online?
MLA Electronic Source Citations Web sites In MLA style, the "W" in Web is capitalized, and "Web site" or "Web sites" are written as two words. Long URLs URLs that won't fit on one line of your Works Cited list should be broken at slashes, when possible. Citing the Entire Site: The Purdue OWL Family of Sites. 26 Aug. 2005. The Writing Lab and OWL at Purdue and Purdue University. 23 April 2006 <>.http://owl.english.purdue.edu>. Citing a Portion of a Site Felluga, Dino. Guide to Literary and Critical Theory. 28 Nov. 2003. Purdue University. 10 May 2006 <>.http://www.cla.purdue.edu/english/theory... note: 1st date appears on the site; 2nd date is the date of retrieval or access. Both are required. That's MLA "in a nutshell" on electronic source citations. Hope it's useful.
Originally Answered: Any online Bachelor Computer Degree Online?
According to NoodleTools, the professional citation website my school district uses, the citation for this website in MLA format would be: Rubin, Paul H. "Statistical Evidence on Capital Punishment and the Deterrence of Homicide." United States Senate: Committee on the Judiciary. 1 Feb. 2006. 24 Apr. 2008 <>.http://judiciary.senate.gov/testimony.cfm?id=1745&wit_id=4991>.

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