Posts related to using sources
How do I attribute information to a website article in my prose if no author is listed?
It depends on the source and who is responsible for the information in it. You might refer to the organization responsible for the site, the… Read More
How do I cite artwork I purchased from the artist who created it?
Cite artwork you purchased from the artist who created it the same way you would document any artwork viewed in person, like a photo from a… Read More
Should a film be cited by its title or the director’s name?
Films are collaborative works, so how you cite them depends on the focus of your discussion. If you are focusing on the director’s choices, begin… Read More
How do I cite a permanent or ongoing museum exhibition?
Cite a permanent or ongoing museum exhibition the same way you would cite a temporary exhibition, but in most cases omit dates since there is… Read More
Should I include a hashtag when I quote or cite a tweet?
Yes. Since hashtags are used for a variety of reasons in tweets—to categorize the tweet, to communicate with a group, to convey humor, and so… Read More
Should the school where a course, seminar, or lecture occurred be listed as the container or the location?
The school and its city, if the city is not part of the school name, should be listed in the “Location” slot in your works-cited-list… Read More