Using the Internet
Find a source you think is appropriate, trustworthy, and persuasive to include in your essay
Use the Source Evaluation Checklist to to analyze the quality, bias, and appropriateness of the source. Respond to the questions to write a paragraph. Be sure to include a quote that captures the main idea of the source and cite it properly in MLA format. This paragraph is your annotation.
Use the instructions below or a citation generator to generate an MLA style citation.
General Format for Websites
Author(s). “Title of the Page.” Title of the Website, Publisher or Sponsor, Date of
Strong, Michael. “Forget the World Bank, Try Wal-Mart.” TCS Daily, Tech Central Station,
22 Aug. 2006, www.ideasinactiontv.com/tcs_daily/2006/08/forget-the-world-bank-try-wal-mart.html.
Website with no author
“Parenting Corner Q&A: Immunizations.” American Academy of Pediatrics, Feb. 2009.
Website with no website name and no date
Mazer, Cary M. "Bernard Shaw: A Brief Biography." Dept. of English, U of Pennsylvania,
www.english.upenn.edu/~cmazer/mis1.html. Accessed 21 June 2016.
Zbib or Zotero Bib is my preferred citation generator. Simply copy and paste the URL of the website you'd like to cite in to Zbib, select MLA 8 from the citation styles menu, and then copy and paste your citation into your Annotated Bibliography.