Hi--I used to teach college English, and the Purdue Online Writing Lab is a
reliable source for those types of questions.  The MLA citation info is at
this link:

I'd advise her just to look at electronic sources and go from there.


On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 12:09 PM, Regan E. DeFranza - rdefranz <
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> Hi-
> I have a student that needs to cite an article a professor placed on
> moodle in AMA style. I can't find anything specifically to help her. Can
> anyone on this list offer a suggestion.
> This is what she has, but the professor is saying it is incorrect:
> Fulk G. Reliability of Measurements; September 11, 2012; Potsdam, NY.
> Accessed November
> 13, 2012.
> Thanks in advance for any assistance
> Regan DeFranza, MLS
> Health Sciences Librarian
> Clarkson University Libraries
> Box 5880, 8 Clarkson Ave.
> Potsdam, NY 13699
> 315.268.3760
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