Author, A. (Year, Month Day). Content of the post up to the first 20 words [Description]. Site name. Retrieved Month day, year, from http://xxxx of https://xxxx
- Only link to original posts. Pinterest, for example, does not contain original material but links to existing files. Click on the image to find out the original URL.
- Copy the content of the message word-for-word, including any different spelling, hashtags and emojis, up to first 20 words.
- Most text files can display emojis. If this is not possible, please provide a description in square brackets. Full list of emoji names can be found on the Unicode Consortium's website (http://unicode.org/emoji/charts/index.html).
- If a post includes images, videos, thumbnail links to outside sources, or content from another post (such as when sharing a link), indicate that in square brackets.
News From Science. (2019, June 21). Are you a fan of astronomy? Enjoy reading about what scientists have discovered in our solar system—and beyond? This [Image attached] [Status update]. Facebook. Retrieved May 20, 2020, from https://www.facebook.com/ScienceNOW/photos/a.117532185107/10156268057260108/?type=3&theater
Parenthetical citation: (News From Science, 2019)
Narrative citation: News from Science (2019)
- Instagram/ Twitter/ TikTok:
- Present the name of the individual or group author in the same way you would do for any other reference. Then provide the Instagram handle (beginning with the @ sign) in square brackets, followed by a period.
Rijksmuseum [@Rijksmuseum]. (2019, September 9). Recent study proves visiting a museum makes you happy and has a positive effect on your sense of community and [Photograph]. Instagram. Retrieved June 21 2020, from https://www.instagram.com/p/B1v9EV9CnSU/
Parenthetical citation: (Rijksmuseum, 2019)
Narrative citation: Rijksmuseum (2019)