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MLA Style Guide, 8th Edition: Websites, Social Media, and Email

This LibGuide reflects the changes to MLA style as directed by the MLA Handbook, Eighth Edition.

Websites, Social Media, and Email

Material Type In-text Citation Works Cited
One page of a website/one blog post (Meade)

Meade, Rita. "It's Not Too Late to Advocate." Screwy Decimal, 1 June 2016, www.screwydecimal.com/2016/06/its-not-too-late-to-advocate.html.

One page of a website/one blog post, organization as author and publisher ("Assessment Centers")

“Assessment Centers.” Indian River State College, www.irsc.edu/admissions/assessment-centers.html.

Entire website/blog

(Meade)

Meade, Rita. Screwy Decimal. 2010-16, www.screwydecimal.com/.

Blog comment (Jessie)

Jessie. Comment on "It's Not Too Late to Advocate." Screwy Decimal, 1 June 2016, 9:46 p.m., www.screwydecimal.com/2016/06/its-not-too-late-to-advocate.html#comment-84004.

Tweet (Matt_McDonald_)                

@Matt_McDonald_. "Diane & Roger Haines of Camden arrived early this morning to be the first in line for #TrumpRally on Bangor #TrumpME." Twitter, 29 June 2016, 8:14 a.m., twitter.com/Matt_McDonald_/status/748172782123491328.

Email (Tignor)

Tignor, Mia. "Re: Instruction requests." Received by Angie Neely-Sardon, 5 July 2016.