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Since the material in the research paper comes largely from the work of others, it is important to give proper credit by citing the sources used. Cite your sources in a formal manner as you write your paper. The purpose of parenthetical citations is to refer the reader, and give credit to the original source when you use another’s words, ideas, opinions, studies, or facts. Develop a works cited page at the end of the paper to alphabetically list all the sources that you cited. The basic elements of each citation include enough information for a reader to find the original source. 

8th Edition MLA Links

MLA Style, 8th Edition: An Introduction Video 

MLA Style 

MLA Sample Papers 

FCG-MLA 8th Edition Part 2 

FCG-MLA 8th Edition Part 3 

Works Cited: A Quick Guide 

MLA: Citing Videos (8th Edition) 

Citing Sources: MLA Style, 8th Edition 

MLA: Citing Journal Articles (8th Edition) 

MLA: Citing Web Resources 


Citation Forms

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