• MLA Citations

    To find the correct MLA 8 citation format for your sources:

    • First, determine whether your source belongs in the Web Sources, Printed Sources, or Other Common Sources category
    • Then, select the citation type that most closely matches your source

    Example of a Bibliography/Works Cited Page

    Alternatively, you can create MLA or APA citations using NoodleTools

    Purdue Owl: MLA Formatting and Style Guide

    If you are unsure of how to cite any information the Purdue Owl Site is a great place to navigate

  • Printed Sources

    Books and other non-periodicals:

    • Books with one or more authors
    • Books with no author
    • Books with a corporate author (e.g. company, committee, association, or institution)
    • Anthologies and compilations
    • Single work from an anthology or compilation
    • Reference books (e.g. encyclopedia, dictionary, almanac, etc.)
    • Graphic novels and illustrated books
    • Maps and charts
    • Interviews
    • Works of visual art (e.g. painting, sculpture, photograph, etc.)

    Magazines, newspapers and other periodicals:

    • Magazine articles
    • Newspaper articles
    • Scholarly journal articles
  • Other Common Sources

    • Films and video recordings
    • Film interviews
    • Radio and television interviews
    • Unpublished interviews (e.g. personal interviews)
    • Original work of visual art (e.g. painting, sculpture, photograph, etc.)