It’s always important to cite any sources in your work. Cite an editorial from a newspaper with help from a professional educator in this free video clip.
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This video is based on the 16th edition of The Chicago Manual of Style and explains how to cite websites in your footnote/endnote (0:53) and what to do if there is no author (2:10) or date (2:15) available. Chicago Style doesn’t recommend listing websites in your bibliography (2:21).
The content was created by Librarians Dr. Kathryn Rose & Crystal Rose, Memorial University Libraries, in partnership with the university’s department of Distance Education, Learning & Teaching Support.
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Check out the other videos in our Chicago Style series:
Basic Introduction http://youtu.be/WPKleOHG6i0
How to Format your Paper http://youtu.be/w_MURP3_MrU
How to Cite Multiple Authors http://youtu.be/sh2z4UpopM8
How to Cite Books http://youtu.be/4_LIIFEZNxE
How to Cite eBooks http://youtu.be/9WfPuPk1Ff4
How to Cite Journal Articles http://youtu.be/_eMusO5PCFQ
How to Cite Newspapers & Magazines http://youtu.be/IXOLJ2GWuQI
How to Cite Theses & Dissertations http://youtu.be/6WMRAt6r4bU Video Rating: / 5
This video describes how to cite three of the most common source types — books, articles, and websites — using APA Style. Script and video created by Andersen Library, Reference & Instruction, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.