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ENG 023 - Kilker: Citing Sources in MLA format

MLA on the Web

For MLA online, use the OWL program from Purdue University.

Click here to go directly to the MLA page.

Use the frame on the left to find how to cite different formats in your bibliography, and how to cite sources within your analysis.

MLA format in EBSCO databases

Citing in EBSCO

 

 

 

Citation Information in EBSCO appears in two places:

 

1) on the screen that displays a single article, use the cite button

2) on the SAVE or EMAIL screen, select MLA, then SAVE or SEND.  The article's citation will appear in MLA format when you retrieve it.

 

MLA format in Research Library (Proquest Database)

Citation Information in Proquest Research Library appears in two places:

 

1) on the screen that displays a single article, use the CITE button

2) on the EMAIL screen, select MLA, then SEND.  The article's citation will appear in MLA format when you retrieve it.