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Referencing: MLA Style

information on how to cite sources used in your research according to MLA Style

MLA Style for Presentations

According to the Modern Language Association, how "...to include such information in projects other than the research paper is not yet a settled matter" but they do offer a few suggestions (MLA Handbook, 128):

  • include brief citations on each slide that uses borrowed material (quotations, paraphrases, images, videos, and whatever else you copy or adapt)
  • add a works-cited list on a slide at the end
  • consider providing your audience with a printed copy of your works-cited list

MLA Handbook. 8th ed., Modern Language Association, 2016. 


SEE ALSO how to cite IMAGES and TABLES AND ILLUSTRATIONS.

 

Examples