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How to Cite this Exhibition

Using information in A Grand Time for a research project? Want to cite and share something you’ve found here? Here are a few models for to help you get started. Remember, every institution has their own guidelines; you’ll need to adjust these citations to suit your specific requirements.

Chicago Citation Style

Some of the details will depend on what you want to cite and when you access it. Be sure to fill in the author, page title, and access dates. An author can be the person who wrote the content of the page, but it can also be the performer, or person who created a particular media example. 

Remember the titles use headline style capitalisation.

Citing the entire digital exhibition

Irish Traditional Music Archive. A Grand Time: The Songs, Music & Dance of Newfoundland’s Cape Shore. An ITMA Digital Exhibition. Dublin, 2018. www.itma.ie/newfoundland (accessed date).

Citing an individual item

Author (last name, first name). “Page Title.” A Grand Time: The Songs, Music & Dance of Newfoundland’s Cape Shore. An ITMA Digital Exhibition. Dublin, 2018. www.itma.ie/newfoundland (accessed date).

APA Citation Style

Some of the details will depend on what you want to cite. Be sure to fill in the author and page title. An author can be the person who wrote the content of the page, but it can also be the performer, or person who created a particular media example.

Remember that page titles in APA use sentence case capitalisation.

Citing the entire digital exhibition

Irish Traditional Music Archive. (2018). A Grand Time: The Songs, Music & Dance of Newfoundland’s Cape Shore. An ITMA Digital Exhibition. Dublin. Retrieved from www.itma.ie/newfoundland.

Citing an individual item

Author (last name, first initial). (2018). Page title. A Grand Time: The Songs, Music & Dance of Newfoundland’s Cape Shore. An ITMA Digital Exhibition. Dublin. Retrieved from www.itma.ie/newfoundland.

MLA Citation style

Some of the details will depend on what you want to cite. Be sure to fill in the author, page title, and accessed date. An author can be the person who wrote the content of the page, but it can also be the performer, or person who created a particular media example.

Remember the titles use headline style capitalisation.

Citing the entire digital exhibition

A Grand Time: The Songs, Music & Dance of Newfoundland’s Cape Shore. Irish Traditional Music Archive, 2018, www.itma.ie/newfoundland. Accessed date.

Citing an individual item

Author (last name, first name). “Title.” A Grand Time: The Songs, Music & Dance of Newfoundland’s Cape Shore. Irish Traditional Music Archive, 2018, www.itma.ie/newfoundland. Accessed date.