An Introduction to MLA Citation Style. http://rhslibrary.org/ppt/MLA_Style_Intro.ppt. Introduction to MLA Citation Workshop Agenda. Reasons for providing citations How to cite resources in MLA format Printed Books Articles in Periodicals Electronic and Internet sources.
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Generally any print resource you use has an author or creator, a title, a place of publication, a publisher, the date it was published, and the medium of the source.
Magazine and newspaper articles have an author or creator, an article title, the title of the magazine or newspaper, the dateit was published, pages, and the medium. For a Web resource the database or source and the date of access is also required.
Start with the author or creator (if there is one), then web site title, a publisher or sponsoring institution, dateit was published or produced, the medium, and the date of access. Optional: URL
Database Citation Creators
Many subscription databases have tools to help with making proper citations in various formats.
MS Word 2007 and 2010
“References” tab allows for the creation of citations and bibliographies/works cited lists.
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Gibaldi, Joseph. MLA Handbook For Writers of Research Papers New York: Modern Language Association, 2003. Print.
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