Researchers using information gathered on the Internet must cite their sources just as they would cite conventional sources in traditional research. Citation standards have been developed for electronic information based on the American Psychological Association, Modern Language Association, the Chicago Manual of Style conventions, and more.
Bookmark sites that interest you
Use the "bookmark" or "favorites" feature of your browser to add interesting sites to a permanent address list inside your computer. Later, you can simply click on the name of a site in your list, and your computer will automatically take you to the correct URL.
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