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Yes- (Smith 45) *Refer to the examples under the heading Are you paraphrasing or quoting a source for more than one author.
No- Use a shortened article title (“Heart Health” 45)
Is the author mentioned in the sentence? Yes- (45)
No- (Smith 45) *Refer to the examples under the heading Are you paraphrasing or quoting a source for more than one author.
Website In-Text Citation Infographic
MLA In-text Citations: Paraphrasing or Quoting from a Website
Does the website have an author?
No- Only an article title exists. Shorten the title. (“Heart Health”)
No- Group, organization, or government author. (Verizon Wireless). (United States. Department of Labor).
3 or More Authors
*For in-text citations use et al. Example:(Smith et al.)
*For a Works Cited page use et al. Example:
Smith, David, et al. "The Importance of a Works Citation Page." Citation Machine, vol. 24, no. 2, Spring 2015, pp. 107-108. Academic Search Complete, ezproxy.hacc.edu/login?quil=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ebscohose.com %2flogin.aspx%fdirect%3dtrue%26db%3da9h%26AN%3d2491181%26site%dehost-live%26scope%dsite.