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MLA Style:  How to reference...

UON Library guide to MLA referencing style 8th edition for UON students

How to reference the sources: an index


For instructions and examples on how to format a reference to a specific source such as books, or journal articles:

  1. Select the source type listed at the left of this page, then
  2. Click the tabs on the top such as general rules, one author, two authors, etc. to see the details. 

Or, click the following links within the site index below: 

ABS Statistics Hansard Private contracts
Abbreviations Images Private letters
Art works Indirect sources Quotations / Quotes
Blogs In-text citation Radio interviews
Blu-Ray Introductions Reference works
Book chapters Journal articles Repeated citations
Book reviews Kanopy Research reports
Books Lecture notes Research Starters
Brochures Legal cases Same author
CD Legal references Same surname
ClickView Legislation Sculptures
Compiled textbooks Lithographs Secondary sources
Conference papers Magazine articles Social media
Conversations Maps  Standards
Corporate author Media release Statistics
Corporate authored books Messages Streaming videos
Course material Movies Student assignments
Course packs Multiple citations Tables
Dailymotion video Music TED talks video
Dictionaries Netflix Theses
Dissertations News release Translated books
DVD Newspapers TV shows
eBooks No author Twitter
Edited books Paintings Unknown author
Editorial - Newspaper Pamphlets Vevo video
Email Parliamentary debates  VHS
Encyclopaedias Patents Vimeo video
Exhibition catalogs Personal communication Web pages
Facebook Photographs Web resources / Internet
Figures Podcasts audio White paper
Films PowerPoint Wills
Google map Prefaces Works-cited list
Govt documents Press releases YouTube video


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