A page from the "Calendars" exhibit...

How do I cite this exhibit?

We hope that you’ve found the information in this exhibit useful in your research. Below, we’ve provided examples of how to properly cite this exhibit in the APA, Chicago, and MLA styles.

APA Style

To cite the entire exhibit, you may say:

Douma, M., curator. (2008). Calendars through the Ages. Retrieved month day, year, from http://www.webexhibits.org/calendars.
To cite a specific section or page from the exhibit, you may say:
Douma, M., curator. (2008). Title of section. In Calendars through the Ages. Retrieved month day, year, from URL.
Example:
Douma, M., curator. (2008). The Christian Calendars. In Calendars through the Ages. Retrieved January 1, 2008, from http://www.webexhibits.org/calendars/calendar-christian.html.

Chicago Style

To cite the entire exhibit, you may say:

Douma, Michael, curator. "Calendars through the Ages." (2008). http://www.webexhibits.org/calendars(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," Calendars through the Ages, 2008, URL, (date of retrieval).
Example:
Douma, Michael, curator. "The Christian Calendars," Calendars through the Ages, 2008, http://www.webexhibits.org/calendars/calendar-christian.html, (accessed January 1, 2008).

MLA Style

To cite the entire exhibit, you may say:

Douma, Michael, curator. Calendars through the Ages. 2008. Institute for Dynamic Educational Development. retrieval day month year
<http://www.webexhibits.org/calendars>

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

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

Example:

Douma, Michael, curator. "The Christian Calendars." Calendars through the Ages. 2008. Institute for Dynamic Educational Development. 1 January 2008.
<http://www.webexhibits.org/calendars/calendar-christian.html>

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