Electronic CitationsAuthor and /or editor names (if available)Title of the work (webpage or article) in quotation marks ...
FormatEditor or author (if available). “Title of the work”(webpage or article). Title of the overall Website.Version numbe...
ExampleExample: pbs.org/jazz/classroom/visualize.html“Classroom: Jazzy Lessons and Activities for K-12 Cats.”Jazz: Film by...
An ImageArtist’s nameThe name of the work of art italicizedThe date the work was createdThe institution ( e.g. museum)...
Image ExampleArtist’s name, The name of the work of art, date of creation,the institution and city where the work is house...
ReferenceAdapted from:Perdue OWL. “MLA Formatting and Style Guide.” The Perdue OWL. Perdue U Writing Lab, Web.22 February...
ReferenceAdapted from:Perdue OWL. “MLA Formatting and Style Guide.” The Perdue OWL. Perdue U Writing Lab, Web.22 February...
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Electronic Citations

  1. 1. Electronic CitationsAuthor and /or editor names (if available)Title of the work (webpage or article) in quotation marks (if applicable)Any version or edition numbers availableTitle of the overall website italicizedPublisher or sponsor name (if no publisher use n.p.)Publishing date (if no date given use n.d.)Any page numbers (if available)Medium of publication (web)Date you accessed the information(day, month, year)URL (for your own personal reference only)
  2. 2. FormatEditor or author (if available). “Title of the work”(webpage or article). Title of the overall Website.Version number (if available). Name of publisher orsponsor, Date of publication (if available). Mediumof publication (Web). Date of access.
  3. 3. ExampleExample: pbs.org/jazz/classroom/visualize.html“Classroom: Jazzy Lessons and Activities for K-12 Cats.”Jazz: Film by Ken Burns. PBS.org. n.d. Web. 22 February2013.
  4. 4. An ImageArtist’s nameThe name of the work of art italicizedThe date the work was createdThe institution ( e.g. museum) and city where the work is housedName of the website in italicsThe medium of publication (Web)Date that you accessed the image (day, month, year)
  5. 5. Image ExampleArtist’s name, The name of the work of art, date of creation,the institution and city where the work is housed. Name ofthe Website. Medium of publication (web), and the date ofaccessMotley Jr., Archibald J., Saturday Night. 1935. The HowardUniversity of Art, Washington, D.C. BAM’s Blog, OKCMOA.Web. 22 February 2013.
  6. 6. ReferenceAdapted from:Perdue OWL. “MLA Formatting and Style Guide.” The Perdue OWL. Perdue U Writing Lab, Web.22 February 2013
  7. 7. ReferenceAdapted from:Perdue OWL. “MLA Formatting and Style Guide.” The Perdue OWL. Perdue U Writing Lab, Web.22 February 2013

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