MLA Guidelines for Electronic Resources

                                   MLA Format for Web-based Resources

 

For web-based information, URLs are now optional, but many professors still require them. For the purpose of showing you how to do them with URLs if so required, we have included an example below for the item that lists just a web page. If not required by your professor, just leave the URL off your works cited.

For an article from a research database:

Manjoo, Farhad. "Where Wikipedia Ends." Time 28 September 2009: 50-51. EBSCO Host.

         Web.  5 Oct. 2009.

For a web page:

Jokinen, Anniina. “Anniina’s Alice Walker Page.” 5 April 2004. Web. 10 Oct. 2009

         <http://www.luminarium.org/contemporary/alicew/>.

For an entire Internet site:

Art History Resources on the Web. Ed. Christopher L.C.E. Witcombe. 12 Oct. 2004. Web.  31

          Oct. 2009.

For  an eBook:

 

Hart-Davis, Guy. How to Do Everything with Your iPod and iTunes (4th Edition).  Emeryville, CA,

         USA: McGraw-Hill Osborne, 2007. ebrary collections. Web. 26 Jan. 2010.