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Citing websites in NoodleTools with ABCA note

Don't forget to evaluate any website before you use it by using the ABCA criteria. See the Website Evaluation tab for more information.

NoodleTools notes  

When citing a WEBSITE, you should include 6 pieces of information:

  1. The publisher of the website.
  2. The publication date of the website.
  3. Include the author if known. (But you need to look for the author, don't just assume they are unknown because they are hard to find.)
  4. The website name.
  5. Don't forget to include the webpage name.
  6. The new version of MLA now incudes the URL of the website.