Cite AtoZdatabases

To make AtoZdatabases even easier to use, we’ve created citations in both APA & MLA formats below.

APA Style

The main scholarly association for academic psychologists in the United States, the American Psychological Association (APA) has developed standardized methods for citing print and electronic sources used in research. Below are instructions according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition) and www.apastyle.org/

Structure
Citation

Corporate Author. (Year, Month Date Published, if available). Article title, Company Researched. Retrieved from URL

In-Text

(Corporate Author, Date) – “n.d.” is used if there is no date

Example
Citation

AtoZdatabases. Heinz. AtoZdatabases.com, the Premier Job Search, Reference and Mailing List Database. Retrieved from http://www.atozdatabases.com

In-Text

(AtoZdatabases, n.d.)

MLA Style

The Modern Language Association (MLA) is an organization of teachers and scholars devoted to the study of language and literature. MLA style has been widely adopted by academic journals, schools, and instructors. Since its initial publication, the MLA Style Manual has become the predominant style guide for use in the Humanities in the United States, and is commonly used in Canada and other countries worldwide. Below are instructions according to the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (7th edition), the MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing (2nd edition) and www.mla.org/style

Structure
Citation

Corporate Author. Name of Site. Name of Institution/Organization affiliated with the Site (Sponsor or Publisher). Web. Date Accessed.

In-Text

(Corporate Author)

Example
Citation

AtoZdatabases. AtoZdatabases.com, the Premier Job Search, Reference and Mailing List Database. Emory University. Web. 12 Aug. 2014

In-Text

(AtoZdatabases)

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