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Link to MLA Citation Style Home Page
This worksheet will help you find the information you need to complete a correct citation.
Example - MLA Works Cited Page
Sample Works Cited page
See what your Works Cited page should look like. The Works Cited page should:
- Be the last page of your paper with the words Works Cited centered at the top of the page.
- Be listed in Alphabetical Order.
- Begin with a hanging indent for the second line.
Video on citing websites in MLA
Cite an Illustration or Table
Use this guide to cite a Table
Use this guide to create a citation for a image or graph
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Any source information that you provide in your parenthetical citation MUST correspond to the source information on the Works Cited page. Specificallly, whatever signal word or phrase you include in your parenthetical citation, MUST be the first word(s) that appears on the left-hand margin of the corresponding entry in the Works Cited List.
- Databases do not answer questions. Do not phrase your search as a question.
- Think of keywords or phrases that best describe your search.
- For example: Ddo not write: How does the weight of a car effect fuel consumption?
- Brainstorm search terms. Choose different terms for different results.
- For example: car, automobile, weight, fuel, gas, mileage, structure.
- Use the ADVANCED Search. This allows you to focus your results.
- Use citation tools to create a citation for your source.
- Make sure the citation you are using from the database is the correct style. Many times databases cite in more than one citation stylE.
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