Citing a website article - MLA
                                                                      Cite it at easybib.co...
Citing a website article - MLA
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Citing a website article - MLA
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  1. 1. Citing a website article - MLA Cite it at easybib.com Website: A collection of online informational pages on the world wide web that typically covers related topics Structure: Last, First M. “Website article.” Website. Publisher, Date published. Web. Date accessed. <URL>. *Note: URL is optional. Consult your teacher Website Website article Author: Rod Brouhard Date electronically updated: 2/2/09 Article footer – Often contains website publisher information Website publisher Data accessed: Depends on the day When did you access the source? Web sources may change and must be considered unique Citation: Brouhard, Rob. “Toothache Remedies.” About.com. New York Times, 2 Feb. 2009. Web. 3 May 2010. AUTOMATICALLY CITE YOUR SOURCES FOR FREE AT WWW.EASYBIB.COM
  2. 2. Citing a website article - MLA Cite it at easybib.com Structure: Last, First M. “Website article.” Website. Publisher, Date published. Web. Date accessed. <URL>. *Note: URL is optional. Consult your teacher Website name: TRAVEL.STATE.GOV Article name Author: NA The author here is arguably the Bureau of Consular Affairs, U.S. Department of State, but we will use this as the website publisher Date created or updated: 2/17/10 Article footer – Often contains website publisher information Publisher: Bureau of Consular Affairs, U.S. Department of State This information can also be found on the header of the website Data accessed: Depends on the day When did you access the source? Web sources may change and must be considered unique Citation: “India.” TRAVEL.STATE.GOV. Bureau of Consular Affairs, U.S. Department of State, 17 Feb. 2010. Web. 4 May 2010. <http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1139.html>. AUTOMATICALLY CITE YOUR SOURCES FOR FREE AT WWW.EASYBIB.COM
  3. 3. Citing a website article - MLA Cite websites at easybib.com Structure: Last, First M. “Website article.” Website. Publisher, Date published. Web. Date accessed. <URL>. Website name: BNET Website article Date published Author Article footer – Often contains website publisher information Publisher: CBS Interactive Date accessed: Depends on the day When did you access the source? Web sources may change and must be considered unique. Citation: Brown, Damon. “Bad Strategy: At E3, Microsoft and Sony Put Nintendo on the Defense.” BNET. CBS Interactive, 14 June 2010. Web. 15 June 2010. AUTOMATICALLY CITE YOUR SOURCES FOR FREE AT WWW.EASYBIB.COM
  4. 4. Citing a blog article - MLA Cite it at easybib.com Blog definition: A website with regular entries that allows commentary and discussion Structure: Last, First M. “Blog article.” Blog description (optional). Blog name. Publisher, Date published. Web. Date accessed. <URL>. *Note: URL is optional. Consult your teacher Website / Blog Blog article Date published: 5/3/10 Author: Eric Schonfeld Publisher: TechCrunch The footer shows that the publisher is the same as the website title. This is not uncommon for web articles Blog description: Web log You can also cite audio blogs or video blogs. You can include descriptions that help the reader better identify your source Data accessed: Depends on the day When did you access the source? Web sources may change and must be considered unique Citation: Schonfeld, Eric. “Google Throws $38.8 Million to the Wind.” Web log post. TechCrunch. TechCrunch, 3 May 2010. Web. 4 May 2010. <http://techcrunch.com/2010/05/03/google-38-8-million-wind/>. AUTOMATICALLY CITE YOUR SOURCES FOR FREE AT WWW.EASYBIB.COM

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