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From A Writer's Reference, 8th edition, pp. 478-9
How to cite a short work from a website, A Writer's Reference, 8th ed. pg. 447
Author: Last name, First. "Title of the Short Work/Page." Title of Website. Sponsor (if different from title of website), update date, URL required. Date of access (INCLUDED ONLY IF NO UPDATE DATE GIVEN).
Gallagher, Sean. "The Last Nomads of the Tibetan Plateau." Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. Pulitzer Center, 25 Oct. 2012, www.pulitzercenter.org/reporting/china-glaciers-global-warming-climate-change-ecosystem-tibetan-plateau-grasslands-nomads.
"Losing a Country, Finding a Home." Amherst College, www.amherst.edu/academiclife/departments/russian/acrc/lcfh. Accessed 4 Jan.2016.
From A Writer's Reference, 8th edition, pp. 488-9
Author Last Name, First Name. Book title. Edited by or Translated by (if provided), publisher, year. website title, URL.
Piketty, Thomas. Capital in the Twenty-First Century. Translated by Arthur Goldhammer, Harvard UP, 2014. Google Books, books.google.com/books?isbn=0674369556.
Author Last Name, First Name. Book Title. publisher, year. e-book/e-reader.
Beard, Mary. SPQR:A History of Ancient Rome. Liveright Publishing, 2015. Nook.