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Articles From Magazines, Newspapers & Journals

Article from a digital source (EBSCOhost, NewsBank or Opposing Viewpoints).

Swist, Martin. "Wikipedia and Groucho" New York Times. August 11, 2006 NewsBank. October
15, 2006

Your citation for an article from an electronic source should include these important elements:
Author. (if given)
"Article title"
Periodical title
Date of publication.
Database Name (NewsBank in this example)
Date of access

Article from a Printed Periodical

Wenger, Ty. "Wired hoops: How basketball has become the most wired game in sports? And
what does that mean for hoops lovers? An obsessive-compulsive guide to b-ball." Yahoo! March
2002: 56-59.

Your citation for an article from a printed source should include these important elements:
Author. (if given)
"Article title."
Periodical title
Date of publication.
Page numbers of the article (if given)

Books

Book with a Single Author or Editor

Voelkel, James R. Johannes Kepler and the New Astronomy. New York: Oxford University Press,
1999.

Book with more than one author or editor

Yolen, Jane, and Bruce Coville. Armageddon Summer. New York: Harcourt Brace & Company,
1998.

Your citation for a book should include these important elements:


Author(s) or editor(s).
Title of the book.
Place of publication:
Publisher,
Date of publication.

Electronic Book

Adams, Douglas. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. New York: Oxford University Press,
1998. <http://www.netlibrary.com>. January 1, 2002.

Your citation for an electronic book should include these important elements:
Author or editor.
Title of the book.
Place of publication:
Publisher,
Date of publication.
<Address of the site>.
Date you accessed it.

Short Story

Connell, Richard. "The Most Dangerous Game." Short Stories: Characters In Conflict. Ed. John
E. Warriner. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Orlando. 1981. 1.

Your citation for a short story should include these important elements:

Author
"Title" of the short story
Title of the anthology
Editor of the anthology
Publisher and city
Page on which the story begins

Chart or Map

Stars and Constellations. Chart. M. Ruskin. 1997

Your citation for e-mail should include these important elements:


Name of chart or map.
Format.
Publisher.
Location.
Year.

E-Mail

Horowitz, Anthony. "Re: Sakura Medal" to Martin Swist, 8 June 2007

Your citation for e-mail should include these important elements:

Author's last name, first name


"Subject of the e-mail"
Recipient's name
Date e-mail was sent

Encyclopedias and other multi-volume works

Lehman, Jeffrey. "French Americans: Bad advice given in good French." Gale Encyclopedia of
Multicultural America: Primary Documents. 2nd. ed. Vol.2, p 591.1999.

Your citation for an article from an encyclopedia should include these important elements:
Author (if given)
"Title of article"
Title of the encyclopedia
Volume number,
Page number.
Date of publication.
From an online encyclopedia:

"Einstein, Albert." Encyclopaedia Britannica Online. 1999. Encyclopedia Britannica. 27 April 2004
<http://search.eb.com/bol/topic?eu=108494&sctn=1>

Your citation for an article from an online encyclopedia should include these important elements:
Author (if given)
"Title of article"
Title of the encyclopedia
Date published on the WWW
Publisher
Date you accessed the material
URL

Image located through Google Images

Kawasaki, Satoko. Bobby Valentine. October 14, 2005. The Japan Times www.japantimes.co.jp/
sports/2004bbpreview.htm October 27, 2005.

Click on the picture and then go to the website it came from. (It's listed at the top of the page.)

Your citation should contain the following information about the image:

Photographer's or artist's name (often not given)


Name of subject or title of picture
Date of picture (often not given)
Title of website
URL
Date you accessed the picture.

On-Line Listserv, BB, or Discussion Group Posting

Cheshire_Cow. Re: "Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key." Online posting. Saturday, March 09, 2002.
Mustangs On Books. April 20, 2002.
<http://www.harmani.com/discus/index.html>.

Your citation for an on-line source should include these important elements:
Author.
"Title of posting."
Name of site host,
Date of posting.
URL of message site or archives.
Date of access.

Primary Sources

Interview

Pumpkin, Great. Interview with Charlie Brown. Rec. October 31, 1990

Your citation for an interview should include these important elements:


Interviewee's name
Interviewer's name
Date conducted
Videos

Finding Nemo. Dir. John Lasseter. Walt Disney Pictures, 2003.

Web Pages

A Document on the World Wide Web

Writer's Handbook: MLA Documentation. University of Wisconsin-Madison. February 29, 2000.


April 1, 2002. <http://www.wisc.edu/writing/Handbook/DocMLAWorksCited.html#book>

Your citation for a web page should include these important elements:
Author, if given
Title of work
Group responsible for the site, if given.
Date site was last updated
Date of access. |
URL of the site.