Websites are usually only cited in a Note. Include a website citation in your Bibliography only if it is an important or major source for your paper.
Websites in Notes:
4. Shana Rose, "Multi-talented Student Works Multimedia," Aztec Press, May 8,
16. "Chancellor's Recognition Scholarship," Pima Community College, last modified April 2019, https://www.pima.edu/paying-for-school/scholarships-grants/chancellors-recognition-scholarship.html.
Websites in the Bibliography:
"Chancellor's Recognition Scholarship." Pima Community College.
Last modified April 2014. https://www.pima.edu/paying-for-school/scholarships-grants/chancellors-recognition-scholarship.html.
Rose, Shana. "Multi-talented Student Works Multimedia." Aztec Press.
May 8, 2014. http://aztecpressonline.com/2014/05/multi-talented-student-works-multimedia.
Blog posts are usually only cited in a Note. Include a blog post citation in your Bibliography only if it is an important or major source for your paper.
Blog posts in Notes:
4. Brian Nicholas, "Spring Sapsucker Surprise," Tucson Audubon Society (blog), April 3, 2014, http://tucsonaudubon.blogspot.com/.
Blog posts in the Bibliography:
Nicholas, Brian. "Spring Sapsucker Surprise." Tucson Audubon
Society (blog). April 3, 2014. http://tucsonaudubon.blogspot.com/.
Twitter and Facebook
Twitter and Facebook are usually only cited in a Note.
Twitter and Facebook In-Text Citation
1. Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) “Tremendous progress being made on Vaccines and Therapeutics!,” Twitter, July 21, 2020, 3:31 a.m., https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1285522754129858560.
1. Pima Arts, “Just an update on these beautiful benches by Hiro Tashima and Jason Butler,” July 21, 2020, https://www.facebook.com/pcccfa/photos/pcb.2673739259505831/2673738919505865/?type=3&theater.