Citation: the basic, relevant information needed to find the full text of a publication. Citation formats vary according to the field of study and/or requirements of particular publications.
Citation Style: dictates the information necessary for a citation and how the information is ordered, as well as punctuation and other formatting. Styles include MLA, APA, Chicago, and Turabian.
It contains all sources that you have used to generate ideas or ‘read around’ a topic, but have not referred to directly in the body of the document.It appears at the end of paper
Annotated Bibliography: each citation is followed by a brief note (annotation) that describes and/or evaluates the source and the information found in it.
MLA Works Cited List
A works cited page is a list of works that you referenced or cited in the body of your paper.
REF LB 2369.G53 2009
While MS Word 2007, 2010, certain databases and other on-line resources such as EasyBib offer automatic MLA formatting tools for citations, these systems are not always accurate or complete and do not allow for formatting of all pertinent information. If you use these tools, double check the accuracy of your results against a style sheet such as those linked to in this guide.
REF PN 147 G4444 2008