MLA Citation Tutorial: Website
<div>Learn to cite a website in MLA style! You will need the following information to cite a website: the author, the name of the site, the name of the institution, the date the webpage was created, the medium of the publication, the date you accessed it, and the link. </div>
<div>This is the title of the webpage.</div>
<div>Learn to cite a website in MLA style! You will need the following information to cite a website: the author, the name of the site, the name of the institution, the date the webpage was created, the medium of the publication, the date you accessed it, and the link. Hover over the red dots to find the answers on the page.</div>
<div>Click the Read More button to see the answer in a larger page.</div> media.lib.ecu.edu
<div>This is the link, but you could also find it in your browser's address bar. It is also called the URL.</div>
<div>This was the date that the webpage was created. You will also need today's date for the date you accessed the page.</div>
<div>The institution or organization that created the webpage is the Environmental Protection Agency. There is no author listed.</div>
<div>The medium of the publication is Web.</div>

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