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Use EasyBib to cite your textbook
using its ISBN #
Internet Search Tip
ADD - site:.gov
site:.edu or site:.org
to the end of your search
Sample Works Cited Document MLA Style
Works Cited Document: SET THIS UP FIRST
- Title the document: (Civil Rights Activist)
- Times New Roman, 12 font, Double Spaced
- ABC order
- Every line AFTER the first is indented.
- (ENTER- TAB: to indent any line after the 1st)
Date (1 Nov. 2016)
Fredriksen, John C. "Matthew Perry." American History, ABC-CLIO, 2016, americanhistory
.abc-clio.com/Search/Display/247641. Accessed 30 Oct. 2016.
Use this citation generator to create your MLA style citations for all your sources.
- Give Credit to the Author or Creator
- Locate Sources
- Avoid Plagiarism
- Stay Organized
Cite As You Go!
Citing an Internet Website
Use EasyBib to cite an internet website using its URL
Wikipedia is a common website used when researching. Wikipedia can be a useful resource, but it is unusual in that it is an 'open source' website, meaning:
ANYONE can contribute to the site, whether they are an expert or not.
U.S. Expansion Assignment