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Mla citing formats and examples

  1. 1. Universidad Politécnica – Biblioteca – Programa Desarrollo de Destrezas de InformaciónMLA citing formats and examplesCiting a print encyclopedia Citing a book with twoFormat: or more authorsAuthors name. "Article title." [enclosed in double quotation marks] Publication title. Format: [in italics] Edition [if stated]. Year of Authors name [last name first], next listed publication [do not include if stated in authors name(s) in normal form. Full edition information]. Publication medium. book title. [in italics] Edition [if stated]. Volume number(s) [if a multivolume work]. City of publication: PublishersExample: name, year of publication. PublicationBeller, Steven. "Vienna." The World Book medium. Encyclopedia. 2009 ed. Print. Example: Gates, Henry L., Jr., and Evelyn B.Citing a magazine article Higginbotham, eds. African AmericanFormat: National Biography 8 vols. New York:Authors name. "Article title." [enclosed in Oxford University Press, 2008. Print. double quotation marks] Publication title [in italics] Date of publication: page numbers. Publication medium. Citing a blog Format:Example: Authors name. "Title of individual blogJackson, Thomas A. "Power for a Space entry." [enclosed in double quotation Plane." Scientific American Aug. 2006: marks] Title of blog, [in italics] Date 56-62. Print. posted, Publication medium. Date accessed,Citing a newspaper Example:Format: West, Jessamyn. "on the road." Iibrarian.net.Authors name. "Article title." [enclosed in 27 February 2009. Web. 10 March 2009. double quotation marks] Publication title [in italics] Date of publication, edition [if given], section letter or number [if applicable]: page numbers. Publication Citing an ebook medium. Format: Authors name. Full book title. [in italics] Edition [if stated]. Volume number(s) [ifExample: a multivolume work]. City of publication:Wronski, Richard. "Prairie Parkway Project Publishers name, year of publication. on a Road to Nowhere 7" Chicago Tribune Title of database or Web site. [in italics] 4 May 2009, sec. 1: 6. Print. Publication medium. Date of access. Example:Citing a book with one author Wharton, Edith. The Age of Innocence.Format: New York: D, Appleton and Company,Authors name. Full book title. [in italics] 1920. World Book Advanced. Web. 16 Edition [if stated]. Volume number(s) [if January 2009. a multivolume work]. City of publication: Publishers name, year of publication. Publication medium.Example:Eshleman, Clayton. Grindstone of Rapport: A Clayton Eshleman Reader. Boston: Black Widow Press, 2008. Print.
  2. 2. Universidad Politécnica – Biblioteca – Programa Desarrollo de Destrezas de InformaciónCiting a website Citing a film or video" Format: recordingAuthors name. "Article or Web page title" [if part of a larger work]. [enclosed in Format: double quotation marks] Website title. [in Title of film or video recording, [in italics] italics] Publisher or sponsor of the site, Director [if given]. Original release date Date of publication. Publication medium. [if relevant]. Distributor, year of release. Date of access, Publication medium,Example: Example:Beasley, Maurine H. "Roosevelt, Eleanor," Americas Endangered Species: Dont Say World Book Stude-nt:-World-Book, 20()9. Good-Bye. Dir. Robert Kenner. National Web, 20 Jan, 2009, Geographic Society, 2008. DVD.Citing a radio or Citing a governmenttelevision program publicationFormat: Format:"Episode or segment title." [enclosed in Government name. Issuing agency name. double quotation marks] Program title. Publication title. [in italics] City of [in italics] Name of the network. Call publication: Publisher, year of publication. letters, city of local station [if any], Publication medium. Broadcast date. Medium of reception (Radio or Television). Example: United States. Census Bureau. StatisticalExample: Abstract of the United States: 2002,"State of Denial." 60 Minutes, CBS.WBBM, Springfield, VA: National Technical Chicago, 1 Oct, 2006. Television. Information Service, 2001. Print.Citing a pod cast Citing a pamphletIf the podcast is accessedfrom the Web: Format:Format: Authors name, Pamphlet title, [in italics]."Description or title of individual podcast." City of publication: Publishers name, year [enclosed in double quotation marks] Title of publication. Publication medium, of podcast program or series. [in italics] Title of Web site [if distinct from title of Example: podcast program or series]. [in italics] Modern Language Association. Language Publisher of podcast, Date of publication, Study in the Age of Globalization: The Publication medium. Date of access. College-Level Experience, New York: MLA,Example: n.d. Print,"Iconic Images Emerge from Mideast Summits." All Things Considered, Natl. Public Radio, 27 Nov. 2007. Web. 6 Jan. 2009. Citing a personal interview Format:If the podcast is stored on a computer Interviewed persons name, Kind ofor digital device: interview. Date of interview.Format:"Description or title of individual podcast." Example: [enclosed in double quotation marks] Title Meyers, Davin, Personal interview. 4 May of podcast program or series. [in italics] 2009. Publisher of podcast, Date of publication. Description of digital file [if unknown use Digital File]. Use the following abbreviations forExample: information you cannot supply:"Iconic Images Emerge from Mideast n.p. No place of publication given Summits." All Things Considered Natl n.p. No publisher given Public Radio, 27 Nov. 2007. MP3 file. n.d. No date of publication given n. pag. No pagination given

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