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BOOK: Author.Title. City of publication: Publisher, Year. Type of source.  Schiff, Stacey. Cleopatra: A Life. New York: Little, 2010. Print. 

BOOK WITH TWO OR MORE AUTHORS:
 First author listed on the title page, second author (not in reverse order) and third author. (not in reverse order) Title. City of publication: Publisher, Year. Type of source.

Shelly, Gary B., Thomas J. Cashman, and Misty E. Vermaat. 
Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory Concepts and Techniques. Boston: Thompson,  2008. Print.

BOOK WITH NO AUTHOR:
 Title. City of publication: Publisher, Year. Type of source.
New York Public Library Desk Reference. New York: Hyperion, 2002. Print.

PRINTED ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLE:
 Author. “Title of Article.” Title of Encyclopedia. Edition year. Type of source.
Capelli, Gregory M. “Lobster.” World Book Encyclopedia. 2009 ed. Print.

MULTIVOLUME WORK:
 Author or Editor. (if given) Title of Multivolume Work. Volume number. City of publication: Publisher, Year. Type of source.
Hakim, Joy, ed. A History of US. Vol. 4. New York: Oxford UP, 2003. Print.

WEBSITE:
 Author. “Title of article.” Title of Website. Publisher or sponsor of website. Date of publication. Type of source. Date of access.
Turner, Kristen. “Nutrition.” CDC. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 3 Aug.2010. Web. 19 Nov. 2010.

PRINTED MAGAZINE ARTICLE:
 Author. “Title of Article.” Title of Magazine. Date: page numbers. Type of source.
Reiter, Ben. “Wishing Upon a Star.” Sports Illustrated. 3 May 2010: 44-48. Print.

ONLINE MAGAZINE ARTICLE:
 Author. “Title of Article.” Title of Magazine. Date: page numbers. Title of Database. Type of sourceDate of access.
Reiter, Ben. “Wishing Upon a Star.” Sports Illustrated. 3 May 2010: 44-48. MasterFILE  Premier. EBSCO. Web. 1 Nov. 2010.

PRINTED NEWSPAPER ARTICLE:
 Author. “Title of Article.” Title of Newspaper. [City, if not part of name of newspaper] Date: page numbers. Type of source. 
Lange, Dianne. “Climbing High, But Feeling Low.” Foster’s Daily Democrat. [Dover, NH]  13 Feb. 2010: D1+. Print.


ONLINE NEWSPAPER ARTICLE:
 Author. “Title of Article.” Title of Newspaper. [City, if not part of name of newspaper] Date: page numbers. Title of Database. Type of source. Date of access.
Howe, Peter J. "Boston Public Library to Offer Outdoor Access to High-Speed Wireless Internet.” Boston Globe.17 Sept. 2010: 21. Newspaper Source. EBSCO. Web. 8 Nov. 2010.

FILM OR VIDEO RECORDING (DVD):
 Title. Director or Producer. Distributor, date of release. Type of source.
FOOD, Inc.  Dir. Robert Kenner. Magnolia Home Entertainment2009. DVD.

TELEVISION OR RADIO BROADCAST:
 “Title of Episode.” Title of Program or Series. Name of Network. Station Letters. City. Date. Type of source. “Coins, Cars and Grocery Carts.”  How It’s Made. Science Channel. SC. Silver Spring, MD. 14 Oct. 2010. Television.

SOUND RECORDING (MP3 file):
 Performer or Composer. Title(s). Artist(s). (if different from the performer) Manufacturer, date of production. Type of source.
Merriweather, Daniel. Love & War. J-Records, 2010. MP3 file.

INTERVIEW:
 Name of person interviewed. Kind of interview. Date of interview.
Dunton, Beth. Personal interview. 7 Dec. 2010.

Note  
If a teacher requires website URLs in works cited entries use the following format:
WEBSITE: Author. “Title of Article.” Title of Website. Publisher or sponsor of website. Date of publication. Type of source. Date of access. <URL>.
Turner, Kristen. “Nutrition.” CDC. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  3 Aug. 2010. Web. 19  Nov. 2010  <http://www.cdc.gov/nutrition>. 

Sources used: 
MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. 7th ed. New York: Modern 
Language 
Association of America, 2009. Print.  
“MLA Style.” EBSCO Host. Web. 18 Nov. 2010.
<http://support.epnet.com/help/?int=ehost&lang=en&feature_id=MLA>.

December 2010

Dover School District

Dover, New Hampshire