Cite your sources! Links DO NOT count as full citations!
You MUST provide a citation for every source (article, website, database, book, etc.) you use in your research in a "Works Cited" page. Articles and entries you find in our databases and eBooks "cite themselves" for you. These citations are usually found at the bottom of the article, or by clicking a button or link that says "Cite" or "Cite This" or "How to Cite This". Just copy and paste directly into your "Works Cited" page.You will need to provide citations for the websites, books and images you use yourself. This can be done very easily using a free citation generator website like Citation Machine or EasyBib (links below).For more help with MLA format and citing your sources, ask Mrs. Hartley or consult an online college writing site such as the OWL at Purdue.