edc_2011_P - Appendix P: MLA Documentation formatting...

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Appendix P: MLA Documentation— formatting advice 401 APPENDIX P: MLA DOCUMENTATION— FORMATTING ADVICE This appendix provides information on how to use the Modern Language Association (MLA) format in your reference list. As a supplement to Chapter 26, it covers the sources most commonly used in EDC. For information on MLA format for other kinds of references, such as email communication, government documents or encyclopedia entries, etc., see the Purdue Online Writing Lab site at http://owl.english.purdue.edu/. Note that MLA no longer requires the inclusion of URLs for online sources. Instead, use the words “Web” and “Print” to identify those two kinds of sources. BOOK Basic format for a print version: (1) author's name, last name first (if the author is unknown, begin with the title); (2) title (italicized); (3) place of pub- lication, followed by a colon; (4) publisher; (6) date of publication; (7) the word "Print." For an online version of a book, include after the copyright date:
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