28 MLA Documentation – How to Cite Your Sources

I am putting this link to Excelsior College’s Online Writing Lab (OWL) as an illustration of how to properly cite your sources for this paper: MLA Style – Excelsior College. It will illustrate how to do both in-text (often called parenthetical) citations and a Works Cited page (the list of sources at the end of the paper). Both of these are requisite for this paper and I will not accept any submissions that omit either or both of these requirements.

While I am asking for MLA Documentation, I will also accept papers that are in APA format. Several of you may be more familiar with this citation style, depending on your major and/or prior education. This also requires both in-text (parenthetical) citations and a References page (the list of sources at the end of the paper). Both of these are requisite for this paper and I will not accept any submissions that omit either or both of these requirements. If you’d like further information on APA, follow this link: APA Style – Excelsior College.

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