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Subject:Re: Citing internet sources From:Westbrook <westbrok -at- HSNP -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 5 Dec 1997 20:33:01 GMT
>How do you list an internet site/page as a reference or citation??
>Can you? Is it not appropriate (given that a more 'typical' source may be
There is a site called "Beyond the MLA Handbook"
<http://falcon.eku.edu/honors/beyond-mla/#www> that has pretty thorough
guide. I have, however, seen a few conflicting opinions on how to site net
sources, so there may not be an "official" standard until the next MLA