HOW TO CITE SOURCES IN YOUR BIBLIOGRAPHY or WORKS CITED PAGE:
- How do I cite things from the WWW? That's not in my Write Source 2000 book. It's here at the Modern Language Association, the king, queen, god, and master of such matters. (This page is complicated, but scroll down to the examples.)
The following sites all present MLA bibliographic format. Try them and see which one is clearest and best for you:
- 33 different kinds of sources and how to cite them are plainly listed here, at a site run by I. Lee.
- Formats clearly given, followed by examples, here presented by the Honolulu Community College Library.
- Try this color coded version. It might make visual sense. From the B. Davis Shwartz Memorial Library of Long Island University.
- Another list, this one from the Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL).
- Okay, if you REALLY get stuck, try EasyBib.com (Easy Bibliography, get it?): You put in the information, and it writes the bibliography entry for you! Beware, though--it still might get a little complicated.