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If you're doing any kind of research, whether for an article, blog post or research paper, the chances are you're doing it online. That's why it's important to know how to properly cite a website. People spend double the amount of time online as they did 10 years ago, and the latest Pew Research data shows that in the teen bracket, people are online "almost constantly." So how do you give credit where it's due for the information you find online? Citing work properly is one thing that separates researchers and curators from plagiarists. It's also a way to let the people who are reading your content know that you have done your research and that the information you're sharing is trustworthy. With the content overload we see today, coming from nearly a billion websites, this is ever more important. Many of us know how to use citation for books and journal articles, because it's something we learned in school. Since most sites don't fit that criteria, citing websites can seem challenging, but it doesn't need to be.
How To Cite A Website: Showing Your Sources
By Sharon Hurley Hall
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