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MLA Style Guide

Citing Web Courses & Class Materials

***Disclaimer***

MLA does not yet have an "official" policy for many of the citations on this page. In each case, I have tried to find the best examples possible, but this is only intended to be a guide. Be sure to consult your instructor if you have any questions as prefrered methods may vary. 

Article from a Custom Course Pack:

Below is a sample citation for an article taken from a course pack. Note that some of this information will vary depending on the type of course pack. Follow this basic guideline and tailor the info to your own specifications:

Patricia Carnevale, et al. "The Math Wizard In OZ." Teaching Children Mathematics 18.1 (2011): 22-31. Print. ENC 1101: 
      Course Materials
. Ed. my professor. Vol.1. Orlando: Kinko’s, 2012. Art. 5.

In-text Citation: (My Professor)
*Art = article number

Lecture Notes in Web Courses:

Bell, Kathleen. “Teaching Composition withTED.” ENC 1101, Web Courses. 5 May 2012. Lecture.

In-text Citation: (Smith)

Power-Point Presentation in Web Courses:

Bell, Kathleen. “Teaching Composition withTED.” ENC 1101, Web Courses. 5 May 2012. PowerPoint file.

In-text Citation: (Bell)

Class Handout:

Bell, Kathleen. “Teaching Composition withTED.” ENC 1101, Web Courses. 5 May 2012. Microsoft Word file.

In-text Citation: (Bell 1‐2)
*PDF file, JPEG file, etc.

Online Discussion Group:

Wood, Kerry. “Re: Teaching with Ted.” Web Courses. Web. 10 Nov. 2009.

In-text Citation: (Wood) 

 

Personal Interview

Personal Interview:

Wood, Kerry. Personal interview. 
   5 May 2012.

In-text Citation: (Wood)