MLA 7th edition : MLA 7th edition Main changes from the 6th ed. Scholarly Journals : Scholarly Journals Include volume and issue number for any journal. (Exclude issue # only if unavailable.)
Medium of publication consulted (add to end of citation. (e.g. Print, Web.) Piper, Andrew. “Rethinking the Print Object5: Goethe and
the Book of Everything.” PMLA 12.1 (2006) 124-
38, Print. Slide 3: ONLINE DATABASES (MLA 5.6.4)Scholarly Journals
Include volume and issue number in the citation
Lastname, Firstname. “Title of Article.” Name of Journal.
X.Y (year): page number-page number.
Name of Database. Web. Date of Access.
X= volume #
Y= issue # Slide 4: Keys, Eric. “Exploring Market-Based Development: Market
Intermediaries and Famers in Calakmul, Mexico.” The
Geographical Review 95.1 (2005): 24-46. WilsonSelectPlus.
Web. 8 July 2009. Medium of Publication Consulted. Title of Database Date of Access (day, month, year) MLA 5.6.4. APA 6th edition : APA 6th edition Main Changes from the 5th ed. Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) : Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) Unique alphanumeric string
All DOI numbers being with a 10 and contain a prefix or suffix separated by a slash
Good to include w/ both print and electronic resources Scholarly Journals : Scholarly Journals Print Reference without a DOI:
Author, A. A. (year). Title of the article. Title of Periodical, xx(x), pages. 2) Electronic Database Reference with a DOI
Author, A. A. (year). Title of the article. Title of the Periodical, xx(x), pages. doi:xx.xxxxxxxxxx. Slide 8: 3) Electronic Database Reference without a DOI (use a URL)
Author, A. A. (year) Title of the article. Title of the
Periodical, xx(x), pages. Retrieved from
http://url for the home page of the journal The information above is from Publication manuual of the American Psychological Association (2010). 6th ed. P. 191-193; 198-199.