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See below for examples of citations in the “APA”, “Chicago,” and “MLA” styles. To properly cite WebExhibits as a source in your paper, we suggest the following:

APA Style

To cite the entire exhibit, you may say:

Douma, M., curator. (2008). Poetry through the Ages. Retrieved month day, year, from http://www.webexhibits.org/poetry.

To cite a specific section or page from the exhibit, you may say:

Douma, M., curator. (2008). Title of section. In Poetry through the Ages. Retrieved month day, year, from URL.

Example:

Douma, M., curator. (2008). Classic forms. In Poetry through the Ages. Retrieved January 1, 2010, from http://www.webexhibits.org/poetry/classicforms.html.

Chicago Style

To cite the entire exhibit, you may say:

Douma, Michael, curator. "Poetry through the Ages." (2008). http://www.webexhibits.org/poetry (accessed month day, year).

To cite a specific section or page from the exhibit, you may say:

Douma, Michael, curator. "Title of section or page," Poetry through the Ages, 2008, URL, (date of retrieval).

Example:

Douma, Michael, curator. "Classic forms," Poetry through the Ages, 2008, http://www.webexhibits.org/poetry/classicforms.html, (accessed January 1, 2010).

MLA Style

To cite the entire exhibit, you may say:

Douma, Michael, curator. Poetry through the Ages. 2008. Institute for Dynamic Educational Development. retrieval day month year

To cite a specific section or page from the exhibit, you may say:

Douma, Michael, curator. "Title of page." Poetry through the Ages. 2008. Institute for Dynamic Educational Development. retrieval day month year.

Example: Douma, Michael, curator. "Classic forms." Poetry through the Ages. 2008. Institute for Dynamic Educational Development. 1 January 2010.