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ENC 1101 Rhetorical Analysis Project CR Junkins: Citing in MLA format

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Contacting your Instructor

CR Junkins

Cjunkins@polk.edu

Citation Generators

The following websites allow you to enter information about your sources and then it quickly and correctly formats them you:

Contacting Your Librarian

Tips for Citing

At Polk State College Libraries, Winter Haven and Lakeland campuses, we have take home guides, books and online resources to help you cite correctly.  Please visit us online or in person to access them.

Basic Rules for citing in MLA

Alphabetize citation list. Do not consider A, An or The at the beginning of a title.

Double space work cited page.

Italicize titles, including any subtitle(s).

Capitalize words First, Last and all Principal words in titles.

Article or books without an author or editor, begin the entry with the title.

Create hanging indents for records longer than one line. (keyboard shortcut: Control + T)

Online sources: citations include publication date for source and the date you accessed them (keep track of dates you visit web sites)

Free Online Citation Tools

Easybib - EasyBib is an intuitive information literacy platform that provides citation, note taking, and research tools that are easy-to-use and educational. (Free MLA, registration required for APA & Chicago.)

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