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APA Style Resource Center (6th EDITION): Web pages

APA style of documenting and citing sources for college research, plus more.

Citing Web Pages or Posts

Basic Format

Type of source In text Reference page
Web Page with a Personal Author (Crane, 2018).

Crane, R. (2018, July 9). This California town will give a $500 monthly stipend to residents. Retrieved from https://money.cnn.com/2018/07/09/technology/stockton-california-basic-income-experiment/index.html

Web Page with a Corporate Author (University of Michigan, 2017).

University of Michigan. (2017, November 15). U-M announces workshop opportunity for junior scholars: new directions in basic income. Retrieved from https://poverty.umich.edu/news-events/news/u-m-announces-workshop-opportunity-for-junior-scholars-new-directions-in-basic-income/

General Web Page with no Author (start w/ title)

("Universal basic income," 2018).

* first 3-5 words of title

Universal basic income. (2018). Retrieved from https://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/universal-basic-income-UBI

General Web Page with no Date (corporate author) (Basic Income Earth Network, n.d.).

Basic Income Earth Network. (n.d.). About basic income. Retrieved from https://basicincome.org/basic-income/

Blog post (Gentilini, 2018).

Gentilini, U. (2018, June 28).  What’s new in social protection – June edition [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://blogs.worldbank.org/developmenttalk/what-s-new-social-protection-june-edition