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Works Cited "How To"
General Rules:
* list items alphabetically; do not number items
* the first line of an entry is left justified, each subsequent line of that same entry is indented (tab); double space; do not skip spaces
* do not separate resources by type * dates are written date, month, year: 21 April 2006.
* write information required in the prescribed order; for missing information: n.d for "no date" and N.p. if no publisher is given.
* Each entry must include the publication medium. Examples include: Print, Web, DVD, and Television. What do I include and in what order?
Encyclopedias
1. Author of the article's last name, (comma) first name. (period)
2. "Title of the article." (period) (in quotation marks)
3. Book Title: (colon) subtitle. (italics) (period) 4. Ed. (editor's first and last name) (period)
5. Edition. (period)
6. Volume number. (period)
7. Place of publication: (colon)
8. Publisher, (comma)
9. Year of publication. (period)
10. Inclusive page numbers. (period)
11. Print. (period)
Stanley, Roger. "Book of Kells." Dictionary of Art. Ed. Jane Turner. Vol. 17. New York:Grove, 1996. 889-890. Print.
Books- Edited or Compiled
1. Author of article's last name, (comma) first name. (period)
2. "Title of the article." (in quotation marks) (period) 3. Book Title. (in italics) (period)
4. ed. (editor's first and last name) (period)
5. Place of publication: (colon)
6. Publisher, (comma)
7. Year of publication. (period)
8. Inclusive page numbers. (period)
9. Print. (period)
Powell, George. "Management of Internet Resources." Computers and the Internet. ed.
Sam Louis. Chicago: Fox Press, 2000. 80-84. Print.
Newspaper Articles
1. Author's last name, (comma) first name. (period)
2. "Title of the article." (quotation marks) (period)
3. Name of the newspaper ( italics)- omit introductory article e.g. The
4. [City of publication]- only for papers if the city name is not in the title
5. Full date of publication, (comma)
6. Edition: (colon)- e.g. national ed.
7. Sec. (period) section number: (colon) page numbers. (period)- e.g. sec. C: 24
8. Print. (period)
Sancetta, Amy. "An Issue of Stature." Philadelphia Inquirer 6 Aug. 2001, suburbs ed.
sec. D1. Print.
Films
1. Title. (italics) (period)
2. Dir. (director) (period)
3. Director's name. (period)
4. Distributor, (comma)
5. Year of publication. (period)
6. Format. (period)
Wild America and the Beauty of Butterflies. Dir. Marty Stouffer. King World Direct, 1995. DVD.
Websites
1. Author's last name, (comma) first name. (period)
2. "Title of article." (in quotation marks) (period)
3. Title of overall website. (italics) (period)
4. Publisher or N.p. to indicate no publisher. (period) 5. Date of electronic publication or latest update or n.d. to mean no date. (period)
5. Web. (period)
6. Date when accessed. (period)
Landsburg, Steven. "Who Shall Inherit the Earth?" Slate. N.p. 2 May 1999. Web. 5 June 2004. Personal Interviews
1. Last name of interviewee, (comma) first name. (period)
2. Type of interview. (period)
3. Date of interview. (period)
Archer, Bruce. Personal interview. 11 Oct. 2001.
Interviews broadcast on TV or radio
1 and 2 as above
3. Name of show. (period)
4. TV network or radio station.
5. Place of broadcast. (period)
6. Date of broadcast. (period)
Powell, Colin. Interview with Dan Rather. 60 Minutes. CBS. New York. 3 Apr. 2002.
Books
1. Author's last name, (comma) first name. (period)
2. Title of book. (italics) (period)
3. Edition. (period) (if second or later edition)
4. Place of publication: (colon)
5. Publisher, (comma)
6. Year of publication. (period)
Dixon, Jane. How to be a Successful Student. 2nd ed. Ringwood: Penguin Books, 2001.
Magazine Articles
1. Author's last name, (comma) first name. (period)
2. "Title of the article." (quotation marks) (period)
3. Name of the magazine (italics) (period)
4. Full date of publication, (comma)- date, month, year (period)
5. Page numbers. (period)- e.g. 21-25
6. Print. (period)
Ridley, Matt. "What Makes You Who You Are." Time. 2 June 2003, 33-39.
Television Program
1. "Episode name." (if applicable) (period)
2. Program name. (italics) (period)
3. Network. (period)
4. Broadcast date. (period)
5. Television. (period)
"Scandal of the Century." The Fifth Estate. CBC Television. 23 Jan. 2002. Television.
Works Cited
Archer, Bruce. Personal interview. 11 Oct. 2001.
Dixon, Jane. How to be a Successful Student. 2nd ed. Ringwood: Penguin Books, 2001. Print.
"Fresco." Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica. 15 Nov. 2000. Web. 29 Mar. 2001
Landsburg, Steven. "Who Shall Inherit the Earth?" Slate. N.p. 2 May 1999. Web. 5 June 2004. Powell, Colin. Interview with Dan Rather. 60 Minutes. CBS. New York. 3 Apr. 2002.
Sancetta, Amy. "An Issue of Stature." Philadelphia Inquirer 6 Aug. 2001, suburbs ed.
D1. Print.
"Scandal of the Century." The Fifth Estate. CBC Television. 23 Jan. 2002. Television.
Stanley, Roger. "Book of Kells." Dictionary of Art. Ed. Jane Turner. Vol. 17. New York:Grove, 1996. 889-890. Print.
Wild America and the Beauty of Butterflies. Dir. Marty Stouffer. Videocassette. King World Direct, 1995. DVD.
MLA Formatting
General Guidelines
* Type your paper on a computer and print it out on standard, white 8.5 x 11-inch paper.
* Double-space the text of your paper, and use a legible font (e.g. Times New Roman). Whatever font you choose, MLA recommends that the regular and italics type styles contrast enough that they are recognizable one from another. The font size should be 12 pt.
* Leave only one space after periods or other punctuation marks (unless otherwise instructed by your instructor).
* Set the margins of your document to 1 inch on all sides.
* Indent the first line of paragraphs one half-inch from the left margin. MLA recommends that you use the Tab key as opposed to pushing the Space Bar five times.
* Create a header that numbers all pages consecutively in the upper right-hand corner, one-half inch from the top and flush with the right margin. (Note: Your instructor may ask that you omit the number on your first page. Always follow your instructor's guidelines.)
* Use italics throughout your essay for the titles of longer works and, only when absolutely necessary, providing emphasis.
Formatting the First Page of Your Paper
* Do not make a title page for your paper unless specifically requested.
* In the upper left-hand corner of the first page, list your name, your instructor's name, the course, and the date. Again, be sure to use double-spaced text.
* Double space again and center the title. Do not underline, italicize, or place your title in quotation marks; write the title in Title Case (standard capitalization), not in all capital letters.
* Use quotation marks and/or italics when referring to other works in your title, just as you would in your text: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas as Morality Play; Human Weariness in "After Apple Picking"
* Double space between the title and the first line of the text.
* Create a header in the upper right-hand corner that includes your last name, followed by a space with a page number; number all pages consecutively with Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, 4, etc.), one-half inch from the top and flush with the right margin. (Note: Your instructor or other readers may ask that you omit last name/page number header on your first page. Always follow instructor guidelines. Madsen's preference: omit on first page.)
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