MLA International Bibliography: Working with Results


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How to mark, save, cite, and share your citations from MLA IB database.

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MLA International Bibliography: Working with Results

  1. 1. MLA IB Part 3: Working With Your ResultsMLA International Bibliography Database via Forsyth Library Fort Hays State University
  2. 2. Marking, Saving, Sharing & Citing the citations you find in MLA IB• My Research: Creating a free My Research account allows you to save searches and save items to a folder, and return to them later. If you save items to a folder without signing in to your account, the items will be lost when you close out of the database.• E-Mail & Social Bookmarking: Send citations and links to full- text (if available) to yourself or others• Save a list of results to a flash drive• Cite: Mark item(s) and click the “cite” icon. Choose what style you want, such as MLA 7th Edition, and then copy/paste, print or save the list. Be sure to double check the format against your manual for accuracy.
  3. 3. Click “My Research” to create an account, then sign in.Search, then mark the results you want to keep, and click “Save to My Research”.
  4. 4. E-Mail, Print, Cite & Save options arelocated at the top of the list of results
  5. 5. Click the article title to see the Social Bookmarking and personalized Tagging options
  6. 6. Questions? Just ask! Judy Salm Lynn Haggard628-4537 628-5566 MaryAlice Wade Angela Barger628-4342 628-4529