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 “Who was Jack London?”

MLA Style:
Wilson, Margie and Mike Wilson. Who Was Jack London? (day you visit the site) (month abbreviated) (year)*.
<http://www.getyourwordsworth.com/WORDSWORTH-JackLondon.html>.


APA Style:
Wilson, Margie, & Wilson, M. (1999). Who Was Jack London? Retrieved (day you access the site: month day, full year),
from http://www.getyourwordsworth.com/WORDSWORTH-JackLondon.html.

**NOTE: Example of how to write the date in APA style: Retrieved (May 17, 2006)

CGOS Style / Humanities Style:
Wilson, Margie and Mike Wilson. “Who Was Jack London?” 2003.
http://www.getyourwordsworth.com/WORDSWORTH-JackLondon.html (followed by the date of access in parentheses*).

Alternative, Simpler Form of Citation accepted by some schools:Wilson, Margie and Mike Wilson. “Who was Jack London” [Online] (day you visit the site) (month abbreviated) (year)*.
<http://www.getyourwordsworth.com/WORDSWORTH-JackLondon.html>

*NOTE: Example of how to write the date in a citation . . . 6 November 2003

  • for MLA the date is NOT in parentheses
  • for CGOS, the date at the end IS in parentheses
  • for third form, the date is NOT in parentheses

A Chronology of Jack London’s Life

MLA Style:
Wilson, Margie. A Chronology of Jack Londons Life (day you visit the site) (month abbreviated) (year)*.
<http://www.getyourwordsworth.com/jacklondonchronology.html>.

CGOS Style / Humanities Style:
Wilson, Margie. “A Chronology of Jack London’s Life.” 2001.
http://www.getyourwordsworth.com/jacklondonchronology.html (followed by the date of access in parentheses*).

Alternative, Simpler Form of Citation accepted by some schools:
Wilson, Margie. “A Chronology of Jack London’s Life.” [Online] (day you visit the site) (month abbreviated) (year)*.
<http://www.getyourwordsworth.com/jacklondonchronology.html>


Norman Gaddini and An Introduction To Scratchboard Art

MLA Style:
Gaddini, Norman and Margie Wilson. Norman Gaddini and An Introduction to Scratchboard Art (day you visit the site) (month abbreviated) (year)*. <http://www.getyourwordsworth.com/WORDSWORTH-normangaddini.html>.

CGOS Style:
Gaddini, Norman and Margie Wilson. “Norman Gaddini and An Introduction to Scratchboard Art.” 2003.
http://www.getyourwordsworth.com/WORDSWORTH-normangaddini.html (followed by the date of access in parentheses*).

Third Form of Citation accepted by some schools:
Gaddini, Norman and Margie Wilson. “Norman Gaddini and An Introduction to Scratchboard Art.” [Online] (day you visit the site) (month abbreviated) (year)*. <http://www.getyourwordsworth.com/WORDSWORTH-normangaddini.html>



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