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Miner - Activism: Level 3: Works Cited & NoodleTools

MLA Works Cited

  • The key to avoiding plagiarism is to make sure you give credit to your research sources. This may be credit for something somebody said, wrote, emailed, drew, or implied. If you had to find it because you did not already know it, you must cite it.
  • Citations will follow MLA 8th edition formatting. Consider using Noodle Tools to create your Works Cited.
  • If you have questions before it's due, please ask.

MLA Citations

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Citing Books

Citing a YouTube Video

MLA Help Documents

Creating a Project & Citing Databases

Citing a Website

How do I cite a Website or a webpage?

Common elements needed:

  • Author
  • Title
  • Name of the Web site or Project
  • Editor of the page or site
  • Publisher or sponsor
  • Date of the publication
  • URL
  • Accessed on date