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CRHS_FACS Foods Career Search_O'Donnell: Citing Your Sources (MLA)

Did You Know?

"MLA" stands for Modern Language Association, and it is one of several accepted standard formats for giving credit to the sources you use for academic projects.  If you want to look up more rules for citing information in MLA format, check out the excellent guide at Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL).

Citing a Website

Use a citation machine such as EasyBib to create your MLA citation for a website.  Simply copy the website's URL from the address bar at the top of the page and paste it into the search field on EasyBib.  Click the "Cite it" button and follow the on-screen directions.

Click the icon below to access EasyBib: