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CITING BOOKS, THE INTERNET, AND OTHER RESOURCES

  • Works Cited, References, and Bibliography - What's the Difference? A chapter from A Research Guide for Students by I. Lee, includes an explanation as well as a sample Works Cited, Reference or Bibliography page.
  • Guidelines on How to Write a Bibliography, Another chapter from A Research Guide for Students by I. Lee, gives an excellent explanation and examples of what must be included in a Bibliography. There is a link to page with examples of MLA style.
  • Parenthetical References - Examples in MLA Style, Also a chapter from A Research Guide for Students by I. Lee, explains different types of parenthetical references, gives examples and provides a link to a sample page.
  • Assembling a List of Works Cited in Your Paper From Duke University, this site provides quick links to examples for citing your sources in MLA, APA, Chicago and Turabian styles.
  • MLA Format This Handbook from the University of Illinois contains examples of a variety of bibliographic citation formats from the MLA style manual.
  • 2009 MLA Formating and Style Guide Updated MLA Guidelines from The Owl at Purdue.
  • A Sample Works Cited Page From Capital Community College
  • NoodleBib A Web application that allows you to create and edit your MLA bibliographies online. This is a subscription resource available for the students of Bellmore-Merrick CHSD, ask your librarian for the username and password to use this resource in school and at home.