Online Images

Format:
Artist if Available. "Description or Title of Image." Online image. Date of image. Title of Larger Site.
Name of Providing Library, Consortium or Library System (if appropriate). Name of organization (if
appropriate). Date of download. <http://address.website.org>.
Example:
"Mars Landing." Online image. 3 Nov. 1999. NASA: Solar System Exploration . NASA. 4 Oct. 2006.
<http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Pluto&Display=Gallery>.

Online Sounds

Format:
Creator if Available. "Description or Title of Sound." Date of Sound. Online sound. Title of Larger Site.
Date of download. <http://address.website.org>.
Example:
"This Week's Saturday Radio Address." 25 Oct. 1998. Online sound. Whitehouse Briefing Room. 23
Oct. 2000. <http://www.whitehouse.gov/WH/html/briefroom.html>.

Online Videos/Clips

Format:
"Description or Title of Video Clip." Date of clip. Online video clip. Title of Larger Site.

Name of Providing Library, Consortium or Library System (if appropriate). Date of
download. <http://address.website.org>.

Example:
"Hindenburg Broadcast." 6 May 1937. Online video clip. Encarta Online Deluxe. Springfield Township
HS Lib. 4 Nov. 2000. <http://encarta.msn.com/encarta/MediaMax.asp?z>.

Interviews:

Format:
Subject's Lastname, Firstname. Telephone interview OR Personal interview.
Date.

Other Types of Strange/Mysterious/Obscure Sources

If you manage to find some other source of information not listed on this page or in a standard MLA handbook, ask me about it and I will find a way of citing it. -Chance Crompton