Answered By: Kathryn Park
Last Updated: Jun 11, 2024     Views: 33

Great news! Britannica actually provides citations in MLA style, as well as a few others. Here's how to grab it and what to tweak:

  1. Go back to your article that you want to cite. 
  2. When you pull up the article, you just have to select the check mark icon to pull up the citation and copy it into your works cited page.
  3. You'll need to tweak the formatting to include a hanging ident and put it in Times New Roman, 12.
  4. You can also delete the access date from the end of the citation as that is no longer required. 

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