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Chemical Elements Research: Getting Started

MLA Works Cited


All students need to create and share a formal MLA 8th Works Cited page with Ms. Hopkins. rachel.hopkins@nhsau57.org

Noodletools Tutorials - sau57.org/noodletools

Sample MLA Works Cited page - sau57.org/mla8

How to use this research guide


This research guide contains information and links to:

  • Science in Context database
  • Virtual Reference E-book on the Elements
  • Tutorials on publishing your Google doc to create a QR code

Database Tip  -  When you find a good article, download it to your Drive or email it to yourself so you can easily find it again.

Please don't hesitate to contact Ms. Hopkins if you have any questions about what is noted on this guide.

Periodic Table Citation

To cite the Periodic Table handout use: 

"Periodic Table of the Elements"  Handout.  CPO Science. 2003.

Print Books

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MLA 8th ed. Citation Format for Print Resources

One Author:

Author’s Last name, First name. Title of the work. Publisher, Copyright Year. 

Two Authors:

Author’s Last name, First name and Second Author First Name Last Name. Title of the work. Publisher, Copyright Year.