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What year is your copyright, so I can give proper credit within my research project.

I am typing up a research project and need to give proper credit; however, there isn't a copyright year on this website, so I don't know what year this is copyrighted up to.

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Victor C. | Patient & Knowledgeable Native Speaking Spanish TutorPatient & Knowledgeable Native Speaking ...
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If you are not sure about how to cite a web site, use the OWL Purdue Online Writing Lab. Great resource for cite styles.

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/08/

Bill F. | Experienced Teacher & Tutor in Round Rock, TXExperienced Teacher & Tutor in Round Roc...
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You don't need to cite a copyright date for a website or link - it's perpetual and continual.  Just cite the link URL and the date you obtained the info, plus the name of the tutor who provided it.