How should I cite a website or online article in my list of references?
Since information on the internet can change quickly, it is important to supply an exact title, author (if available) or institution, and the date you viewed or retrieved the web page. Include the url for the exact location of the information you are citing, or the closest possible location. For some examples of various styles, check the style website of the American Psychological Association (APA). You can purchase an electronic manual and download it, or use the examples that are online.
This material is also included in the APA Style Manual, 5th edition, which is available at Lane in the Reference Alcove at this call number: BF76.7 .A46
See also Citation Styles Online
If the item you are citing is a published article or book, include the normal citation elements such as author, title, page numbers, publication date, etc.