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For example: Enchanted Learning would be cited as follows:
Col, Jeananda. Enchanted Learning. http://www.EnchantedLearning.com 1996 (or the earliest date located at the bottom of the page on the copyright notice).
For example: Zoom Dinosaurs would be cited as follows:
Col, Jeananda. Zoom Dinosaurs. http://www.ZoomDinosaurs.com 1996 (or the earliest date located at the bottom of the page on the copyright notice).
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Another format for Internet sources is as follows:
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Some teachers also request that you include the date of access; this is the date (or dates) that you went to the web page (or pages).
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