Answered By: Erin McDaniel
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 65

To find books, go to WorldCat below. Search su: global warming, which is a subject search. If you look below the title and author, you can tell if it's print or electronic.

To get the citation, click on the title link. At the top of the page, you'll see a link that says Export/Cite. Click on that and select the MLA option. Copy and paste into your Works Cited page. Be sure to correct for double spacing and hanging indent.

For articles, go to our Databases LibGuide and select the Hot Topics tab. Any of the databases will be good. Just search global warming.

Most of these databases provide you citations. For instructions, go to our Cite MLA Style LibGuide, and select the Cite the Easy Way tab. We tell you how to get the citations from any database that offers them.

Again, be sure to format correctly. The LibGuide gives tips and examples on MLA citations.

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