Citing Sources Listed below are the instructions for citing the most frequently used sources. All of this information is from the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. This information was taken from the following website: http://schools.shorelineschools.org/shorecrest/Library/MLA_citing.html Consider using www.easybib.com to help you format your Works Cited. Simply follow the instructions to enter your information and it will develop the source citation. All you have to do then is copy/paste it on to your outline. Electronic Sources World Wide Web Author's Last name, First Name (if known.) "Title of Work." Title of Complete Work (if applicable). Document date if different from access date. Protocol and address, access path or directories (Date of Access). Hylton, Jeremy. "Shakespeare Quotations." The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. 1996. http://thetech.mit.edu/Shakespeare/works.html (19 October 1998). Email Messages Author’s Last Name, First Name. <the author’s email address> "The subject line from the posting." Date message was sent. Type of communication (i.e. personal email). (Date of access). Franke, Norman. <[email protected]> "SoundApp 2.0.2." 29 April 1996. Personal e-mail. (3 May 1996). Electric Library All Electric Library citations will have the same URL. These are considered print sources because they were originally published in print. CD-ROM Databases Name of Author (if known.) "Title of Article." Publication Name Date. Electric Library. http://www.elibrary.com/education Date of Access. "Stomp as much fun the fourth time around." Star Tribune 7 February 1997. Electric Library. http://www.elibrary.com/education 10 September 2000. Proquest is another example. Author’s name. "Title of article." Name of specific database. Format. Date of publication. Smith, Rita. "Malison Art." The New Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. CD-ROM. 1998. Books One Author Author’s Last Name, First Name. Title. City of Publication: Publisher, Date. Kaku, Michio. Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the Tenth Dimension. New York: Oxford UP, 1994. Two to Three Authors Author’s Last Name, First Name, and First and Last Name of 2nd and/or 3rd Author. Title. City of Publication: Publisher, Date. Ostrander, Sheila, and Lynn Schroeder. Superlearning. New York: Delacorte, 1979. Rabkin, Eric S., Martin H. Greenberg, and Joseph D. Olander, eds. No Place Else: Explorations in Utopian And Dystopian Fiction. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1983. Periodicals Signed Article in a Magazine or Newspaper Author’s Last Name, First Name. "Title of Article." Title of Magazine or Newspaper Date: Pages. Unsigned Article in a Magazine or Newspaper "Title of Article." Title of Magazine or Newspaper Date: Page(s). Matthews, Tom. "What Can Be Done?" Newsweek 21 March 1988: 57-58. "Then There’s Rent Control." The New Republic 11April 1988: 22. Non Print Sources Television and Radio Programs "Title of Story, Episode or Segment." Title of Program. Narrator (if applicable). Television or Radio Network. Local Station, City. Date. "Yes...but Is It Art?" Sixty Minutes. Narr. Morley Safer. CBS. WCBS, New York. 19 Sept. 1993. Films, Videos, Slide Programs Title. Director. [You may also include other data that seems pertinentwriter, performers, producer]. Distributor. Year. Film It’s a Wonderful Life. Dir. Frank Capra. Perf. James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, and Thomas Mitchell. RKO, 1946. Like Water for Chocolate (Como agua para chocolate). Screenplay by Laura Esquivel. Dir. Alfonso Arau. Perf. Lumi Cavazos, Marco Lombardi, and Regina Torne. Miramax, 1993. Videocassette It’s a Wonderful Life. Dir. Frank Capra. Perf. James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, and Thomas Mitchell. 1946. Videocassette, Republic, 1988. Slide program Alcohol Use and Its Medical Consequences: A Comprehensive Teaching Program for Biomedical Education. Prod. Project Cork, Dartmouth Medical School. Slide program. MilnerFenwick, 1982. Personal or Telephone Interview Last Name of Person Interviewed, First Name. Personal or Telephone interview. Date. Brooks, Sarah. Personal interview. 15 Oct. 1988.