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Citing Sources of Information: Writing for the Health Sciences: Web Pages

This LibGuide was designed to provide you with assistance in citing your sources when writing an academic paper.

Citing Web Pages

Web Pages



National Association for the Education of Young Children. (n.d.) Early childhood education issues.
Retrieved May 22, 2006, from



Encyclopedia Britannica Online.2002.
Encyclopedia Britannica. 15 May 2002



International Society for Infectious Diseases.
ProMED-mail Web site.
Accessed April 29, 2004


Please note that World Wide Web is an open forum. Unlike books and journal articles that go through an editorial process and peer review, anyone at a computer can make a website. Before you use information from a website, please take a critical look at it.

Click here for Web Site Evaluation Criteria and/or Health On the Net Foundation Code of Conduct for medical and health web sites


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