Citations are written following a number of different style guides, with the most common being APA and MLA. Here is the information you will need to make your citation:
Author and/or editor names (if available); last names first.
The author of any activity is Pivot Interactives.
"Article name in quotation marks."
This will be the name of the activity. For example, in the activity below, the title is "Surface Tension and Intermolecular Forces."
Title of the website, project, or book in italics.
The title of the website is Pivotinteractives.com.
Any version numbers available, including editions (ed.), revisions, posting dates, volumes (vol.), or issue numbers (no.).
Scroll to the BOTTOM of the page. You will see a version number in the center. This is the version number for the activity.
Publisher information, including the publisher name and publishing date.
All content is published by Pivot Interactives, SBC.
Take note of any page numbers (p. or pp.) or paragraph numbers (par. or pars.).
This is for a direct quote. We suggest using the section number and the question number if you are directly quoting content in the activity.
DOI (if available), otherwise a URL (without the https://) or permalink.
Each activity has a unique URL at the top of the page. This may be hidden if you are accessing Pivot from your smartphone. If so, check your smartphone browser to get the link.
The date you accessed the material (Date Accessed).
While not required, saving this information is highly recommended, especially when dealing with pages that change frequently or do not have a visible copyright date.