Works Cited Guide
This is a great, free citation maker with some helpful shortcuts. For a web site, simply click the "Website" tab and enter the URL (I like to cut and paste it to avoid typing mistakes). It creates a pretty complete citation that you can fill in with details if needed. You can cut and paste the completed citation into your works cited. It includes templates for a variety of sources, including databases,digital images, interviews, etc.


MLA Guides

MLA Formatting and Style Guide –Purdue OWL

Citing Online Sources -- from

Parenthetical Guide – from

Print BIB SHEETS for these commonly used resources:

**For online databases, most provide a properly formatted works cited entry that you may cut and paste.


*Guidelines for Avoiding Plagiarism

*What is Plagiarism?
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