Website Titles - If the website has a print counterpart (such as a newspaper), put the website name in italics. If not, use plain text.
Ibid. - The use of ibid. for repeated citations is no longer preferred. If the citation is the same as the one immediately preceding it, use a shortened citation that includes the author’s last name and relevant pages numbers.
Email - The preferred spelling is now email with no hyphen.
Generic Internet Terms- Do not capitalize generic internet terms such as web, internet or wireless network.
"They" as a Singular Pronoun - If the gender has been identified, “he” or “she” needs to be used appropriately. If the gender has not been identified, “they” should be used. So the following is now correct: Someone has left their student ID at the desk.
Accessed date - Accessed date is only required when citing a web resource that does not have a publication or last updated date available; however, you should check with your instructor to clarify expectations on documenting the date you accessed an information resource.