Answered By: Carrie Tannehill
Last Updated: May 23, 2016     Views: 66

If you are missing some key information: 

  • Ask yourself if you can really trust the information. If you are not sure of all of the information - for example, if you are not sure who wrote it, do you really want to use it for your paper?
  • If you do decide to use the source that is missing citation information, you can use the chart in the first link below to determine how to cite your source.

Quick answers: 

  1. No date? Use n.d.
  2. No author? You can use the organization or business as the author. If you still don't have an author, move the title to the author spot. 

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