Cite Your Sources!

  • Always be sure to cite any source you use in a paper. The easiest way to do this is to use a database and copy and paste the citation they give you in alphabetical order on your Works Cited page. 

     
    If you don't find enough information in a database and also must use a book or web site (or email or interview or film or television program, etc.), you may use EasyBib.
     
    The OWL  (Purdue University Online Writing Lab) has great information formatting and citing papers in MLA format.
     
    OWL Resources are available grades 7-12 students and instructors.