Citing an encyclopedia in MLA format can be achieved in two or three different ways, depending on whether or not the book or article has an author. Discover why page numbers are left off of encyclopedia citations with help from an English professor in this free video on writing research papers.
Expert: David M. Harris
Bio: David M. Harris has taught English at Vanderbilt University and elsewhere.
Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge
This video is based on the 16th edition of The Chicago Manual of Style and explains how to cite both online (0:23) and print (1:59) scholarly journal articles in your footnote/endnote and bibliography, and where to find the information you need for your citation (2:16). We’ll explain DOI numbers (1:05) including how locate the DOI number (1:14) and what to do for articles without a DOI number (1:33).
How to Cite Newspapers & Magazines: http://youtu.be/IXOLJ2GWuQI
The content was created by Librarians Dr. Kathryn Rose & Crystal Rose, Memorial University Libraries, in partnership with the university’s department of Distance Education, Learning & Teaching Support.
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Check out the other videos in our Chicago Style series:
Basic Introduction http://youtu.be/WPKleOHG6i0
How to Format your Paper http://youtu.be/w_MURP3_MrU
How to Cite Multiple Authors http://youtu.be/sh2z4UpopM8
How to Cite Websites http://youtu.be/sLI68R87VhI
How to Cite Books http://youtu.be/4_LIIFEZNxE
How to Cite eBooks http://youtu.be/9WfPuPk1Ff4
How to Cite Theses & Dissertations http://youtu.be/6WMRAt6r4bU Video Rating: / 5