MLA Format

   

Book

Magazine, Journals, Newspapers

 

Last Name, First Name Middle Name. Title. City of
         Publication: Publisher, Year Published.

 

Example:

Speare, Elizabeth George. The Witch of Blackbird Pond. New 
          York: Dell Publishing, 1958

Last Name, First Name. "Title of Article." Magazine Name
          Volumn/Issue number (Year Published); page number.

 

Example:

Boyatt, Ed. "Leading A Charatcter-Driven School." Journal
           of Adventist Education (1998); 5-9

 

Encyclopedia

Internet Site

Author of Article. (if given) "Article Title." Title of
         Encyclopedia. City of Publication: Publisher, Year.

 

Example:

"Refrigeration." The New Illustrated Science and Invention
         Encyclopedia. Westport: H.S. Stuttman, 1989.

Faron, Louis C. "Inca." Encyclopedia Americana.
         International Edition. 1999.

Entire site:

Site Title. Name of Editor if there's one. Date of Publication.
         Name of  Organization. Date of Access.  URL.


Example:

Scots Teaching and Research Network. Ed. John Corbett. 2          Feb. 2004. U of Glasgow. 5 Mar. 2004
        <http://www.arts.gla.ac.uk/www/english/comet/
        starn.htm>

A short work fo an online site:

Barbour, John. "The Brus." Scots Teaching and Research
        Network. Ed. John Corbett. 2 Feb. 2004. U Glasgow. 5
        Mar. 2003 <http://www.arts.glas.ac.uk/www/english/
       comet/starn/poetry/brus/contents.htm>

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Courtesy from: The Little Brown Compact Handbook--5th Edition