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MLA Citations

Picture on a Website

Courtney Shafer Shafer

on 5 May 2010

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WEBSITE First, you need a picture First, you need a picture found on a website. Begin your citation by citing the artist's or photgrapher's name, starting with his or her last name, followed a comma and the first name. This photographer's name was Darwin Bell, as evidenced by the previous image. Follow the name by a period. Thus, we now have the following in our citation: Bell, Darwin. Next, cite the tital of the work of art in italics. The title should be followed by a period. No quotation marks are needed. The citation should now look like this: Next comes the date of composition, followed by a period. If the date is not available, it may be substituted with the date of upload, if applicable. The citation should now be as follows: *keep in mind that all dates should be in the format of date, followed by month, followed by year, only seperated by spaces. If the institution and city in which the artwork is located is available, include that information next. First cite the institution, then add a comma, and then cite the city. Next include the title of the website in italics, followed by a comma. Now the citation should look like this: Now write the word "web" followed by a period. This is simply to acknowledge the fact that this image was found on the internet. Finally, include the date of access using the date format mentioned previously. Now you have a completed citation! Whenever you complete a project, make sure to include a "works cited" page. Give credit to every source from which you gathered information, including pictures. "Works Cited" papers are important because they give credit where credit is due. It is part of the policy of academic integrity. Everyone deserves to be rewarded and credited for the work they do. Thank You! We hope you find our presentation helpful in your future adventures with citations! *presentation by Lindsey and Courtney
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