FORMAT: AuthorLastName, FirstName. “Title of Page or Article.” Title of Website. Site Publisher. Date Posted. Web. Date Accessed.
Websites do not always provide all of the information above. Skip any information that is not provided. For instance, if the website page you are using does not state an author, the first part of your citation will be the "Title of Page or Article."
EXAMPLES: “Brown v. Board of Education.” Landmark Cases of the U.S. Supreme Court. Street Law, Inc., 2002. Web. 10 Feb 2016.
"Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka (1)." Oyez. Chicago-Kent College of Law at Illinois Tech. Web. 10 Feb 2016.
How To Organize Your Works Cited Slide:
Title of the slide: Works Cited
Citations must be listed in alphabetical order
If the citation is long enough to go onto a second line as you type, then that second line must be indented (see examples)