In this video, I show you how to cite any source in MLA format. I not only show you how to cite your sources but I cover the purpose of in-text or parenthetical citations which will help you avoid plagiarism.
So whether if it is a website, article, book, play, you know the author or don’t or it has multiple authors, I cover it all. If you have a quote, piece of evidence, or fact that you want to cite in your essay, check out this video.
I used this source in my video so here is my citation: Purdue Writing Lab. “MLA In-Text Citations: The Basics.” Purdue Writing Lab, owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_in_text_citations_the_basics.html.
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You can either watch the entire video or use the time stamps down below to help you find exactly the source you are trying to cite:
- 0:00 Introduction to In-text Citations
- 0:17 Purpose of In-text Citations
- 0:55 How to Avoid Plagiarism
- 2:07 Cite Source with Known Author in MLA
- 2:36 Cite Source from Organization in MLA
- 2:50 How Do You Cite if You Don’t Know the Author?
- 3:07 Cite Classic Literary Work with Multiple Editions in MLA
- 3:23 Authors with the Same Last Name in MLA
- 3:32 Cite Source with Two Authors in MLA
- 3:42 Cite Source with More than Two Authors in MLA
- 3:58 Cite Different Sources by the Same Author in MLA
- 4:18 Cite Multivolume Work in MLA
- 4:27 Cite the Bible in MLA
- 4:46 Cite a Source in a Source in MLA
- 5:17 Cite Online Source in MLA
- 5:42 Cite Online Magazine or Website in MLA
- 5:59 Cite Film or Movie in MLA
- 6:05 Cite a Lecture in MLA
- 6:10 Cite Multiple Authors in the Same Sentence in MLA
- 6:19 Cite Video in MLA
- 6:29 How Do I Cite a Short Quote?
- 6:35 How Do I Cite a Long Quote?
- 6:42 How Do I Add Words to a Quote?
- 6:46 How Do I Omit Words to a Quote?
- 6:53 Review, Revise and Edit Your Work