Periodicals: Journals, magazines, newspapers, and newsletters Last Name, First Name, and First Name Last Name. “Article Title.” Journal Title. Volume.Issue (Year): pages. Medium. Date of Access (if retrieved online).
Malmivouri, Marja-Liisa. “Affect and Self-Regulation.” Educational Studies in Mathematics. 63.2 (2006): 149-164. Web. 10 April 2011.
Web Sites Contributor’s Name(s) (same format as above). "Title of Resource." Title of Web Site. Sponsor, Last Edited Date. Web. Date of Access.
Keirsey, David. “Overview of the Four Temperaments.” Keirsey.com. Keirsey.com, n.d. Web. 27 June 2011.
Note: The contributor can be an author, editor, or organization. Note: MLA no longer requires the URL of the source in the citation. This is because websites are often static and most sources can be found through a title and author search. When possible, one can inclue a link to a permanent version of the article. For instructors or editors who still wish to require the use of URLs, MLA suggests that the URL appear in angle brackets after the date of access. Break URLs only after slashes.
Aristotle. Poetics. Trans. S. H. Butcher. The Internet Classics Archive. Web Atomic and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 13 Sept. 2007. Web. 4 Nov. 2008. ‹http://classics.mit.edu/›
Books Last Name, First Name. Book Title. City of Publication: Publisher, Year. Medium.
Herman, Judith. Trauma and Recovery. New York: Basic Books, 1997. Print.
Personal Communications: Interviews Last Name, First Name. Personal interview. Date (Day Month Year).
Information included on this sheet was adapted from: Hacker, Diana and Nancy Sommers. A Writer’s Reference. 7th ed. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2011. Print.