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LALIS 309: Spanish Writing Workshop: Citing Sources

Citation Tools

MLA (Modern Language Association) Style Guides

These guides will haveMLA formatted  examples of just about any kind of source you might use. If you want to consult the printed manual, here's the one you want:

Automatic Citing from Databases

We subscribe to many library databases that will create citations automatically for the articles, essays or books you are viewing.

 NOTE: ALWAYS double-check the citation for accuracy.

Look for a "Cite This" or "Citation" button on the record for the article or chapter you are viewing. Not all databases have this link.

EBSCOhost databases  

 (Academic Search Complete, etc.)

ProQuest Databases
(ABI/Inform, etc.)

WilsonWeb (Education & General Science Full Text, etc.)




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