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MLA Formatting MLA = Modern Language Association
BOOKS Keep a record of all of your sources! For a Book: Author/s Title City of Publication Publisher ’ s Name Year of publication (copyright date)
BOOKS Keep a record of all of your sources! Book, single author Hellman, Hal. Great Feuds in Medicine: Ten of the Liveliest Disputes Ever. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2001. Book, two or three authors McNab, David, and James Younger. The Planets. London: Yale University Press, 1999.
Internet--Online Databases (InfoTrac, EBSCO, etc.) Keep a record of all of your sources! For the Internet—Online Databases Article title Title of the database Date article published (if available) The date you accessed the information The web address (url)
Internet--Online Databases (InfoTrac, EBSCO, etc.) Keep a record of all of your sources! From InfoTrac Biography Resource: “A. A. Milne.” Contemporary Authors Online. 2007. Reproduced in Biography Resource Center. 5 Jan. 2007. From World Book Online: Hartman, John. "Argentina." World Book Online Reference Center. 2007. 12 Feb. 2007. From EBSCO: “Anorexia, Bullimia Prove Gene Related.” USA Today Magazine Oct. 2006. EBSCOHost Student Research Center. 26 Jan. 2006 http://search.ebscohost.com/ login.aspx?direct=true&db=ulh&AN=22604962&site=src-live
Internet Sites Keep a record of all of your sources! 1For the Internet Title (must have) The web address (must have) The date you accessed the information (must have) Web article title Author Name of the sponsoring organization or company The date the web page was last updated
Internet Sites Keep a record of all of your sources! "Diabetes Information." U.S. Food and Drug Administration. 2002. Department of Health and Human Services. 19 Jan 2007. “Taking Part in the Active Lifestyle Program.” The President’s Challenge 25 Mar. 2007.