Answered By: Jessica Maris
Last Updated: May 15, 2024     Views: 5801

In order to check MLA formatting, go to Purdue Owl citations website and check the format. If you are missing something or if you are still unsure, go to where you printed the articles off of the COM databases. After finding your article, have the database cite the article for you by finding the CITE button. Make sure to double check formatting in Purdue Owl to make sure all the information is presented correctly.

If you do not find your article in the COM databases, try to locate the article in Google Scholar. When your search list loads, you will see a "cite" button below the content description. If you click this, it will give you the work cited in different formats. Again, check your results against the Purdue Owl website to verify.

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