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Be sure that your sources are cited accurately and in the correct format.
When you use a book, copy down all the important information: title, author(s) or editor(s), chapter if applicable, publisher name and place, year, edition or volume number, and page numbers. REMEMBER YOUR NINE CORE COMPONENTS, as mentioned in your assignment.
Most article databases have a "Cite" or "Citation" option in the Tools box. Copy this information to a document or email it to yourself (remember to go back and format it correctly).
Get citations as you go--don't do double the work by needing to look it up later.
Stumped? Ask a librarian for help.
These links will help you create in-text citations as well as your Works Cited for MLA Style.