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Blog Posts, Articles, and Reports To Read: November 2014

Web-Based Bibliography Builders

Annotated Bibliography

Following the instructions and examples on pages 155-63 in your textbook and in “Annotated Bibliographies,” create an MLA-style annotated bibliography including all of the sources you use for your argumentative paper except your own experience, observation, experiment, or survey/questionnaire results.

Some Resources for MLA-Style Documentation

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Free Web-Based Bibliography Generators

Working Bibliography

Prepare a properly formatted “Works Cited” page with all the sources you are planning to use in your paper. (You may add and/or delete a couple of your sources for your draft, but the majority should be the ones you end up using.) You don’t need to include the usual information for the first page of a paper in MLA format, but your last name should be in the header with the page number, and the document should be double-spaced with 1-inch margins in 12-point Times New Roman font. Don’t forget the 1/2-inch hanging indent for each entry.