Electronic Sources Walks through the basic requirements and unique qualifications for constructing references for different types of electronic sources Covers more standard sources, from online periodicals and scholarly databases to less conventional sources like emails and video recordings found online Includes OWL suggestions on how to cite weblog entries and comments posted to blogs NOTE: Other Non-Print Sources Applies the basic MLA citation rules to non-print sources you may use in your research, such as interviews and images Provides directions and examples of how to cite video and sound recordings, as well as three dimensional works like sculptures Please Note: The following pages will introduce you to some of these basic requirements of MLA Style to get you started in the right direction.
Explains "containers," a concept new to the eighth edition, including how to use them to develop citations Addresses the formatting requirements of using the MLA Style for citing secondary sources within the text of your essay Offers a few basic rules for using parenthetical citations, including when not to use such citations Includes examples of in-text citations Explains the author-page formatting of the parenthetical citation and how that applies to different types of sources Provides examples of in-text citations based on the kind of source being cited, such as a literary work, an anonymous work, and a work with multiple authors Also describes how to cite a source indirectly referenced in another source Works Cited Page: Read these guidelines carefully.
Because MLA is different than other writing styles, such as APA, you should pay attention to every detail of the Style, from general paper layout to abbreviations. Basic Format Guides you through the general rules that apply to any works cited page using MLA Style, from where the page appears and how to list the works Walks you through how to construct a reference entry for different text, starting with a focus on authors Serves as a primer on formatting that will be followed in all of the following handouts on creating MLA works cited entries Includes an example Works Cited Page Works Cited Page: The pages included here walk you through the details of incorporating citations into the text of your paper as well as how to compose a works cited page of references at the end of your paper.
Other Common Sources Provides guidelines on how to reference other sources you may encounter during research that are considered books or non-periodical works Includes works that you might likely use but that have unusual publication information, such as a government Purdue thesis workshops, pamphlet, and dissertations Works Cited Page: It is important that you refer to your sources according to MLA Style so your readers can quickly follow the citations to the reference page and then, from there, locate any sources that might be of interest to them.
Books Builds from the basic format page with a focus on how to create citations for certain commonly referenced book sources Includes guidelines and examples for a variety of books depending on the number of authors, whether the work is a piece is a larger work or the book itself is part of multivolume collection Works Cited Page: They will expect this information to be presented in a particular style, and any deviations from that style could result in confusing your readers about where you obtained your information.Transcript of IUPUI Thesis Deposit and Formatting Workshop.
Consider using LaTeX Used for typesetting documents. Very good for technical documents containing lots of mathematics.
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