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Biology - Animal Diversity Project

Approved sites

Articles from the following sites are approved by your teacher. If you would like to use an article from a site not listed here, please consult your teacher first. 

Digital Magazine Subscriptions

BC has access to most recent issues and archives of the following scientific magazines:

  • Scientific American
  • National Wildlife
  • Discover
  • Science News

Click the link to Flipster to find these titles.

How to cite an online magazine article in APA format

For an online magazine article, use the following format:

 

Author last name, First initial. (Year, Month). Title of article with just the first letter capitalized: Unless there is a subtitle. Title of magazine, volume number(issue number). Retrieved from https://www.url.com/xxxx/ 

 

*Be sure to indent the second line!

 

From Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Sixth Edition. 

How to cite a website

To cite a webpage or organizational article with no author, use the following format:

 

Title of article with just the first letter capitalized: Unless there is a subtitle. (Year). Title of website or organization. Retrieved from https://www.url.com/xxxx/ 

 

*Be sure to indent the second line!

 

From Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Sixth Edition.