How to Cite Internet Resources
- APA Style Help: Tutorial and Links to Excerpts (American Psychological Association, Washington, DC)
- Bibliothèque de l'Université Laval: "Guide pour la citation de sources" (Université Laval, Québec, Canada)
- Citing Government Documents (Columbia University Libraries, Documents Service Center, Lehman Library)
- Columbia Guide to Online Style, 2nd edition---Preview (Janice Walker and Todd Taylor, Columbia University Press, New York, 2006) --via Google Books
A few excerpts from the print publication only.
- Harnack & Kleppinger: "Beyond the MLA Handbook: documenting electronic sources on the Internet," by Andrew Harnack and Eugene Kleppinger. Kairos. (Online) 1, 2 (1996).
- A Brief Citation Guide to Internet Sources in History and the Humanities (1996) (Dr. Melvin E. Page, H-Africa & History Dept., East Tennessee State University)
- MLA Style -- Promotional information only Official site. (New York)"The style recommended by the Modern Language Association for preparing scholarly manuscripts and student research papers.
- Yale University, Center for Teaching and Learning: Using Sources (New Haven, Connecticut)