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EN100 - College Composition

Citing Your Work

For English 110 you will use MLA (Modern Language Association) citation style.  Be sure you are using the guides that refer to MLA style.

Find a Citation for your Article

In EBSCO databases:

To view citation formats for an article:

Run a search in an EBSCO database (example:Academic Search Complete) and view a search result. From the Detailed Record, click the Cite icon on the TOOLS menu.

When you have decided which citation format you want for the article, copy and paste the citation directly into the Works Cited or References page of a document created in a word processing program such as Word.

Check the format by consulting a citation guide.

 

MLA Handbook

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