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When referencing a website, what does Accessed date refer to and where to find it?

Last Updated: Apr 09, 2014  |  8 Views

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'Accessed by' in a reference for a website usually refers to the date that the person writing the reference went to the website.  Therefore, it's not a date found at the website itself but is provided by the person doing the citing.

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