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Citation Help--APA, MLA , SBL, AMS, ACS, and CSE Styles
This guide explains what citations are and why they're necessary, providing tools and examples for citing sources properly in APA, MLA, SBL, and AMS styles. It also provides access to resources explaining plagiarism and how to avoid it.
This handout describes how to format an annotated bib in MLA Style and includes several sample annotated bibliographies. Be sure to follow the directions of your instructor for formatting, as examples may differ.
This page from PurdueOWL shows examples of annotated bibliographies in both MLA and APA styles--scroll to find the example for the style you're using. You should always follow your professor's instruction on how to format an annotated bibliography as preferences may differ.
Even though the 8th edition of the MLA Handbook doesn't address creating appendixes, this document gives tips and examples for how to do so if you don't want to embed figures within the text of your paper.