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MLA Citation Guide (8th Edition): Websites

8th Edition

MLA Manual (Print)

Citing Websites

The parts of your citation must be put in a certain order based on the "style" of citation you are using. Common styles at GGC are APA and MLA. 

MLA Article from a Webpage
MLA Website Format

Author's last name, First name, Initial. Title of article/page name of the     

     site. Version number, Name of the association or group affiliated with the site,

     Date of creation, URl, doi or permalink. Date accessed. 

MLA  Website Example

Why Sleep is Important. American Psychological Association, 2019, Accessed 3 May 2019.