Williams, Bard. The Internet for Teachers. Foster City, CA: IDG, 1995.
Here is the order of references in the
proceeding MLA citation.
Author's Last Name, First Name. Title of Book.
City of Publication, State of Publication:
Publisher, Copyright date.
If you have two authors for a book, invert
only the first name. For example: Smith, Tom,
and Marcy Jones.
Note: The state of publication is cited only if the city
is not well known. If the city of publication is well known,
cite only the city of publication.
(for example New York: Knopf, 1989).
If you are citing from an anthology, you must
cite the title of the selection, the editor, and the edition.
List the total number of volumes and cite the volume
you are using within a parenthetical in the text
of your paper. example: volume 2 page 151 (2:151).
If you are are using only one volume, cite the
specific volume number in the works cited section, and
the page number only in the parenthetical (151).
(see example below)
Wordsworth, William. "Tintern Abbey." The
Norton Anthology of English Literature.
Ed. M.H. Abrams. 5th ed. vol. 2 New York:
Use the following format to cite an encyclopedia.
Smith, John. "Bats."Academic American. 1995 ed.