25. Website

The information on the websites can be changed or removed during the updating and design of the site. For this reason, researchers are required to save the web page image of the relevant site on their computers by storing it and recording the access dates.[1] URLs should be included to the bibliography with active hyperlinks.

First Reference Institution/Website (Abbrevation for Institution/Website), “Title of Website” (Access Day Month Year).
Example Diyanet İşleri Başkanlığı (DIB), “Din İşleri Yüksel Kurulu Başkanlığı” (Access 1 May 2017).

ISNAD Atıf Sistemi (İSNAD), “ISNAD Nedir?” (Access 12 May 2018).

Yale University (YU), “About Yale: Yale Facts” (Access 13 May 2017.)

Subsequent References Abbrevation for Institution/Website, “Title of Website”.
Example DIB, “Din İşleri Yüksel Kurulu Başkanlığı”.

ISNAD, “İSNAD Nedir?”.

YU, “About Yale: Yale Facts”.

Bibliography Abbrevation for Institution/Website, Institution/Website. “Title of Website”. Access Day Month Year. URL
Example DIB, Diyanet İşleri Başkanlığı. “Din İşleri Yüksel Kurulu Başkanlığı”. Access 1 May 2017. https://kurul.diyanet.gov.tr

ISNAD, İSNAD Atıf Sistemi. “İSNAD Nedir?”. Access 12 May 2018. http://www.isnadsistemi.org

YU, Yale University. “About Yale: Yale Facts”. Access 13 May 2017. https://www.yale.edu/about-yale/yale-facts

  • When saving publications of this type to softwares like EndNote ve Zotero, enter Name of Institution/Website in the field of Author’s First Name, and Abbreviation for Institution/Website in the field of Author’s Last Name.

    Example: YU, Yale University

    1. Aysel Aziz, Sosyal Bilimlerde Araştırma Yöntemleri ve Teknikleri (Ankara: Nobel Akademik Yayıncılık, 2011), 71.


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