How to cite an e-book from MLA
Use the format you would use to cite a book and list electronic source name at the end of the entry, such as Follett Shelf or EBSCO.
Use Explora (at above right) to search all databases.
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More databases and academic resources are available for free from our local public libraries. A library card is needed to login.
Research online at Sunnyvale Public Library or Cupertino Library.
If you need a Sunnyvale library card, you may register online and follow instructions to pick up your free library card at Sunnyvale Public Library.
The Santa Clara County Library District's Cupertino Library also offers free library cards to students in grades 9-12. See directions for getting your library card. With your card, you can access LearningExpress for test prep (AP, GED, SAT, etc.) and Brainfuse for subject tutoring in Spanish and English.
JSTOR includes academic journals and articles that are mostly from the social sciences and humanities.
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Annotated Bibliography samples:
1. a good example in MLA format
2. a college level example with the proper heading for MLA format
Citing Electronic Sources with MLA
Formatting Help: How to do a hanging indent in Word
How to do a hanging indent in a Google document
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