Answered By: Shelley Peschel Last Updated: Jul 27, 2018 Views: 20
We have a "Citation Resources" Guide that might help. There are tabs across the top where you choose your citation style (example: APA or MLA).
Since you mentioned a works cited page, I'm going to assume you are using MLA format. Here is a link to how to do in-text citations in MLA. Whatever text is listed first, in the source on the Works Cited page, must be included in the in-text citation. Usually if there are authors listed, you would list them as the author, and the organization might be the publisher, but it might be helpful to know what your source is (book, article, article on website, etc.) and a link to it if it is electronic.
If this is a website, you could use one of the Citation builders listed on the guide, KnightCite for instance, and choose your source type on the left sidebar, fill out the form with the information from the website, and then submit. The Citation builder will create your citation for you based on the information you entered, and then you can select it, copy, and paste into your word or google doc.
Hope that helps. Let us know if you need more assistance. Thanks!