Works Cited / References - Online Sources

Documenting online, electronic sources presents some unique challenges. It may be difficult to identify the author, web page organization, or even web page title. Use the style guides on the Library's home page or ask assistance from a librarian.

 

Web Site with an author or authors - MLA style

Author/editor/creator. "Document Title." Web Site Title. Name of organization associated with the site.

Date. Medium. Access date. *

 Stambaugh, Larry, and Angeline Davies. "Scribe Statues." Ancient Egyptian Art. Art 

Research Institute. n.d. Web. 31 July 2010. *

 

Journal article from an online database - MLA style

Author. "Article Title." Journal Title Volume number.Issue number (Year): beginning page or page

range (if given). Name of database. Web. 12 Jan. 2010. *

Fair, Eleanor Jane, et al. "Native American Art: Historical Perspectives." Art in America 90.6

(2006): 35. Academic Search Premier. Web. 12 Jan. 2. *

*Note: URL's are not a required part of an MLA citation, but may be required by the instructor. If required, they appear in angle brackets < > after the Access date.