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The proper way to cite MindEdge resources can vary by department, course, and instructor, so always be sure to check with your professor about how they would like you to cite MindEdge resources. However, the following are examples of how MindEdge resources could be cited based on the MLA citation manual guidelines:

Works Cited Page

General eBook Format 

AuthorLastName, AuthorFirstName MiddleInitial. Title of Book. Publisher, Year Published. Title of database or website, URL or DOI.

NOTE: When an organization is both author and publisher of a work, the organization’s name is given only once, usually as the publisher. No author is stated.

For Example

FAS-201: Introduction to Humanities I. MindEdge. Brightspace,

NOTE: When there is no publication date, skip that part of the citation.

Corresponding In-Text Citation


NOTE: The MLA Handbook suggests using chapter or paragraph numbers when no page numbers are available, but only if the chapter or paragraphs are explicitly included in the original text. If there are no page, chapter, paragraph, or section numbers in the original text, then no numbers should be included in the citation.

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This information is intended to be a guideline, not expert advice. Please be sure to speak to your professor about the appropriate way to cite sources in your class assignments and projects.


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