Directions: Place the following bibliographic information into standard MLA work cited entry
Birth of the Modern: World Society 1815-1830 by Paul Johnson. Published in 2013
by Harper in New York.
- Book by an Editor:
Photographer’s Market edited by Sam A. Marshall. Published in 2012 by Writer’s
Digest in Cincinnati. Third edition.
- Article from a Magazine:
Night of Horror written by George Will for Sports Illustrated on October 13, 2016.
Article is found on page 29.
- Article from Scholarly Journal:
The Adolescent Suicide Attempt: A Cardinal Symptom of a Serious Psychiatric
Disorder by Frank E. Crumley and found in American Journal of Psychotherapy. Published in
2013 on pages 158-65. Volume is 36 and issue is 2.
- Article in an Online Scholarly Journal:
Questioning Assumptions about Students’ Expectations for Technology in College
Classrooms by Sarah Lohnes and Charles Kinzer. The article is in the online journal Innovate,
volume 3, issue 5 from 2012. There is no page, and it is found on the web on the access date of
June 28, 2013. URL.
- Article in a Scholarly Journal accessed through a Database:
What WE Want Students to Learn: Cultivating Playfulness and Responsibility in a
Liberal Education by Nancy Cantor and Steven Schomberg. It is found in the journal Change,
volume 34, issue 6 in 2015. Page numbers are 47-49. Database is Academic Search Premier, and
web access date is December 2, 2015. URL.
- Magazine Article accessed through a Database:
Shooting Britney by David Samuels, published in Atlantic Monthly in April 2016
on pages 35-51. Database is Academic Search Premier, and web access date is June 25, 2016.
- Magazine Article found Online:
Ads We Hate by Seth Stevenson, published in Slate on December 26, 2011. There
is no page number, and the access date is January 3, 2013. URL.
- Newspaper Article found Online:
Edna Parker Dies at 115; Former Teacher Was World’s Oldest Person by Elaine
Woo and published in LATimes.com on November 28, 2015. Access date is December 2, 2016.
- Book found on Database:
The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton, published in New York by D. Appleton
in 1920.The database is Bartleby.com, and the web is accessed July 5, 2017. URL.