Answered By: Chris Clouser
Last Updated: Dec 10, 2014     Views: 534

How you cite materials depends on what citation style you are using (APA, MLA, University of Chicago, etc.) I'm going to assume that you are using the APA style. A general form for the endnote would be: Author Information. (date). Title information. Publication information. Retrieved {date}, from {URL or site information}. Here's an example (see p. 279 in the APA manual): U.S. General Accounting Office. (1997, February). Telemedicine: Federal strategy is needed to gide investments (Publication No. GAO/SAID/HESH-97--67). Retrieved September 15, 2000, from General Accounting Office Reports Online via GPA Access: http://www.access.gpo.gov/ssu_docs-acess/aces160.shtml?/gao/index.html Of course, the title of the document would be italicized. In the text, you would refer to the author and date -- e.g. (U.S. General Accounting Office, 1997).

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