All sources that were used to develop a research project are found on the Works Cited page.
Complete citations are also created for any quotes or paraphrased information used in the text.
Scroll down for an in-depth explanation and examples of MLA in-text citations.
In-text citations provide us with a brief idea as to where you found your information, though they usually don't include the title and other components.
Look on the last page of a research project to find complete citations.
Complete citations are found on what is called an MLA works cited page, which is sometimes called an MLA bibliography.
They are found directly next to the information that was borrowed and are very brief in order to avoid becoming distracted while reading a project.
These brief citations include the last name of the author and a page number.
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