Step 4: Cite your Sites
Step 4: Citing your Sites  (Download Template)

Now that you have located good resources for your science vacation project.
You will need to cite each source including those sources that you used just
for a picture or image.

Here are some good resources to be sure you are citing your sources
correctly. Be sure you put your sources on a "Works Cited" page at the end of
your presentation and put them in alphabetical order by author's last name.

There are two major types of citations or research writing styles. There is the
Modern Language Association (MLA) and the American Psychological
Association (APA).  Most of your classes and this project will require you to
use MLA format.

Also remember that any photos, diagrams, art, or graphics of any kind that
are not specifically "unlicensed" should be cited just as anything as a written
source is also cited.

Noodle Bib Tools Express is helpful way to answer
questions and form citations. Be sure to use the FREE
Express version.  You may have to create an account in
order to utilize this resource.

Modern Language Association (MLA) provides a
comprehensive guide to all citation questions.

Capital Community College's Guide provides several pages
through links in easy to understand language on how to cite
sources.