How to Cite Classical Acts & Facts cards?

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How to Cite Classical Acts & Facts Cards?

MLA STYLE

History Cards
“Card title.” [Card #]. Classical Acts Facts® History Cards: Set Name. West End, NC: Classical Conversations MultiMedia, 2012.     

Example:
“Spanish Conquistadors in the Americas.”[Card 95]. Classical Acts & Facts® History Cards: New World. West End, NC: Classical Conversations MultiMedia, 2012.

For Science Cards
“Card title.”[Card #]. Classical Acts & Facts® Science Cards: Set Name. West End, NC: Classical Conversations MultiMedia, 2010.

Example:
“Cells Working Together.” [Card 85]. Classical Acts & Facts® Science Cards: Anatomy, Chemistry, Origins. West End, NC: Classical Conversations MultiMedia, 2010.

APA STYLE
Spanish Conquistadors in the Americas [Card 95]. (2012). Classical Acts & Facts® History Cards: New World. Classical Conversations MultiMedia.

Cells Working Together [Card 85]. (2010). Classical Acts & Facts® Science Cards: Anatomy, Chemistry, Origins. West End, NC: Classical Conversations MultiMedia.

Sample APA Citation for History Highlights
In 1492, Columbus made the first of four trips to the Caribbean on three Spanish ships named the Niña, the Pinta, and the Santa María. [Week 1]. (2014). History Highlights: Cycle 3. Classical Conversations MultiMedia.

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