User Manual & Citation Guide

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User Manual

As a user of the wiki you will find browsing and searching to be quite easy. The Search Box is the best way to find specific information, as it returns any page with the key words matching those searched.

If you would like to print an entry, you can export it as a pdf file and print at your convenience.

Citations to History at a Glance Guide

The History at a Glance wiki is meant to be an authoritative source that can be relied on for accurate information and cited academically.

Provided below are examples of how to cite the wiki using three of the more popular citation styles. 

APA Bibliographic Citation Format

Format: Title of entry. (Date/Year). Retrieved Month Day, Year, from the UNB History at a Glance Wiki: URL

Aitken house. (n.d.). Retrieved July 15, 2014, from the UNB History at a Glance Wiki:

MLA Bibliographic Citation Format

Format: "Title of Entry." Title of Website/Project. Publisher, Institution, Location, Date. Medium. Date Accessed. <URL>

"Aitken House." History at a Glance. UNB Archives & Special Collections, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, n.d. Web. 16 July 2014.

Chicago Citation Formats


Format: "Title of Entry," Project Name (wiki), Date Accessed, Year Accessed, URL.

"Aitken House," History at a Glance (wiki), UNB Archives & Special Collections, 16 July, 2014,


Format: "Title of Entry." Project Name (wiki). Date Accessed, Year Accessed. URL.

"Aitken House." History at a Glance (wiki). UNB Archives & Special Collections. 16 July, 2014.

Citations in History at a Glance 

Personal communication

Format: Interviewee (personal communication, Month, day, year)

D. Bell (personal communication, November 5, 2014)

UA Cases

--MarkMcCumber 22 August 2014 (ADT)