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Citing a Website (MLA)
Website: A collection of informational ...
Automatically Cite Your Sources For Free at www.easybib.com
Citing a Website (MLA)
Website publisher: Often found at the b...
Automatically Cite Your Sources For Free at www.easybib.com
Citing a Website (MLA)
Blog : A website with regular (and some...
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MLA 7 Visual Guide - Websites/Blogs

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  1. 1. Automatically Cite Your Sources For Free at www.easybib.com Citing a Website (MLA) Website: A collection of informational pages on the Internet that typically include an article title, author and publisher. Structure: Last, First M. “Article Title.” Website Title. Website Publisher, Date Month Year Published. Web. Date Month Year Accessed. Website title Articl e title Website publisher: Often found at the bottom of the website. Can also be located under the About Us section of a website. If you can’t identify a publisher, doing a quick search online can help you identify it. Date accessed: This is the day that the article was found and read. Citation: Feinberg, Ashley. “What’s the Safest Seat in an Airplane?” Gizmodo. Gawker Media, 28 Mar. 2013. Web. 30 Mar. 2013. Autho r Publication date *Note: MLA7 does not require the URL/link in a website citation. However, some instructors still ask for it – double-check if your instructor requires it.
  2. 2. Automatically Cite Your Sources For Free at www.easybib.com Citing a Website (MLA) Website publisher: Often found at the bottom of the website. Structure: “Website Article.” Website Title. Website Publisher, Date Month Year Published. Web. Date Month Year Accessed. Article title Author: N/A When no author is identified, lea ve it out of the citation. Publication date Citation: “India.” Travel.State.Gov. Bureau of Consular Affairs, U.S. Department of State, 17 Feb. 2010. Web. 4 May 2010. Website title Citing a website with no author *Depending on the content, credible websites do not always include authors. Website: A collection of informational pages on the Internet that typically include an article title, author and publisher. *Note: MLA7 does not require the URL/link in a website citation. However, some instructors still ask for it – double-check if your instructor requires it. Date accessed: This is the day that the article was found and read.
  3. 3. Automatically Cite Your Sources For Free at www.easybib.com Citing a Website (MLA) Blog : A website with regular (and sometimes opinionated) posts that allows commentary and discussion from readers. Structure: Last, First M. “Article Title.” Blog Post Type.* Website/blog Title. Website Publisher, Date Month Year Published. Web. Date Month Year Accessed. Article Title Date accessed: This is the day that the article was found and read. Citation: Cohen, Micah. “Retirements Contributing to Largest Senate Turnover in Decades.” Web log post. FiveThirtyEight. The New York Times Company, 28 Mar. 2013. Web. 30 Mar. 2013. Website / blog title Date Published Website publisher Author * “Blog post type” refers to what type of content you are using. Is it a standard blog on a website, an audio blog (podcast) or a vlog (video blog)? **Note: MLA7 does not require the URL/link in a website citation. However, some instructors still ask for it – double-check if your instructor requires it.

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