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Quick Study Guide for understanding how to cite a webpage in APA 7th edition

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A website is a digital platform or collection of web pages hosted on the Internet and accessible through web browsers. It typically serves as an online destination where individuals, organizations, or businesses can share information, content, services, or products with a global audience. Websites can vary widely in terms of content and functionality, ranging from simple static pages with text and images to complex interactive sites with multimedia elements, e-commerce capabilities, and dynamic databases. Users access websites by entering their web addresses (URLs) into a web browser, allowing them to navigate and interact with the content presented on the site. Websites play a crucial role in disseminating information, conducting online transactions, and fostering communication in the digital age.

How do I cite a Webpage?

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Other Software Options

Citation Software Options

  • Zotero: Zotero is freely accessible citation and research management software.
  • Endnote: EndNote is a reference manager that helps you save time formatting citations, so you can focus on your research.
  • Mendeley: Mendeley brings your research to life, so you can make an impact on tomorrow
  • Papers: Papers helps you collect and curate the research material that you're passionate about.