Answered By: Kultida Dunigan Last Updated: Jan 13, 2015 Views: 20
Often when using websites which end in .edu, you will need to find out which university or college is providing the site. Most citation styles will require you to list the publisher, and the university providing the website counts as the publisher in this case. You may need to navigate around the website more to find the department or college homepage, especially if you do not know what the acronym for the university means(i.e. if you don't know that the fsu in fsu.edu stands for Florida State University). If you still can't find the college or university's main page, do a separate search online for the main website so that you have the proper name of the college or university and can cite it accurately.