Author(s). (Year, Month Day). News article title in italics. News Site. URL
Shoichet, C. E. (2020, March 12). The 2020 census kicks off across the United States today. It's expected to be the largest in US history. CNN. https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/12/us/2020-census-what-you-need-to-know/index.html
In-text citation: (Shoichet, 2020).
Hellman, J., & Bowden, J. (2020, November 11). US surpasses 10 million COVID-19 infections. The Hill. https://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/525073-us-passes-10-million-covid-19-infections
In-text citation: (Hellman & Bowden, 2020, para. 2).
Organization/Group. (Year, Month Day). Title of webpage in italics. URL
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2019, March 28). Measles vaccinations. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vpd/measles/index.html
In-text citation: (Centers for Disease Control, 2019, para. 5).
World Health Organization. (2020, January). Global vaccine safety. https://www.who.int/vaccine_safety/en/
In-text citation: (World Health Organization, 2020).
If citing a source that contains a title of a book or show, you put the title in reverse italics - APA manual (p. 335, ex. 68).
Community Pigeon. (2020, January 22). 16 Born a crime book club questions. Tailored Book Recommendations. https://mytbr.co/16-born-a-crime-book-club-questions/
Author(s). (Year, Month Day). Title of webpage in italics. Site Name. URL
Example single author:
Ferriss, S. (2015, August 2). Virginia pursuing school policing reforms following center probe. The Center for Public Integrity. http://www.publicintegrity.org/2015/08/01/17734/virginia-pursuing-school-policing-reforms-following-center-probe
In-text citation: (Ferriss, 2015, para. 7).
Example multiple authors:
Levine, C., Rebala, P., & Vasilogambros, M. (2020, September 29). National data release sheds light on past polling place changes. The Center for Public Integrity. https://publicintegrity.org/politics/elections/ballotboxbarriers/data-release-sheds-light-on-past-polling-place-changes/
In-text citation: (Levine et al., 2020).
For pages that stay the same over time use the normal format for a webpage or website, use (n.d.) for the date.
Ferrie, D. (n.d.). A future of EU-UK partnership. European Union Newsroom. https://europa.eu/newsroom/highlights/special-coverage/future-eu-uk-partnership_en
In-text citation: (Ferrie, n.d., para. 7).
For pages that change over time use the normal format for a webpage or website, use (n.d.) for the date, and also include a retrieval statement with the date you accessed the content. At Lynn, we suggest you include a retrieval date if you are unsure if the content changes over time.
World Meter. (n.d.). Mexico population. Retrieved June 20, 2020, from https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/mexico-population/
In-text citation: (World Meter, n.d.)
Note: Generally speaking, professors discourage, and often prohibit, Wikipedia sources.
Page name. (Year, Month Day). In Wikipedia. URL
Amina. (2020, February 7). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Amina&oldid=941228648
In-text citation: ("Amina," 2020)
*Cite the archived version of the page so that readers can retrieve the version you used. To access the archived version, select "View history" and select the time and date of the version you used. If a wiki does not have an archived version, then use the entry URL and the retrieval date.
Author(s). (Year, Month Day). Article title. Name of the Blog in Italics. URL
Lewis, R. (2020, February 13). A fruit fly love story: The making of a mutant 2020. DNA Science Blog. https://blogs.plos.org/dnascience/2020/02/13/a-fruit-fly-love-story-the-making-of-a-mutant-2020/
In-text citation: (Lewis, 2020).
Author, A.A., &
Name of Group
(2020, July 14).
|Title of work in italics.||Site Name.||
Retrieved October 12, 2020, from https://xxxxx
See the APA Style examples for Webpage on a Website References.