NoodleBib (or NoodleTools) is an online system of helping you create your MLA citations and works cited page.
Examples of Typical Multimedia Citations
Image (painting, sculpture, photograph) from a library database:
Lawrence, Jacob. Tombstones. 1942. Whitney Museum of American Art, New
York. ARTstor. Web. 4 May 2012.
Image from the Web:
Vermeer, Johannes. Girl with a Pearl Earring. 1665. Oil on canvas. de Young
Museum, San Francisco. Web. 2 May 2012. <http://deyoung.famsf.org/
Glass, Philip. "Opening." Glassworks. CBS Masterworks, 1982. CD.
Lloyd Webber, Andrew. The Phantom of the Opera: The Original London Cast.
Music from a library database:
Booker, James. “Tico Tico.” Blues & Ragtime from New Orleans. Black Sun,
2011. American Song. Web. 4 May 2012.
Music from the Web:
Bob Weir Live. F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts, Wilkes-Barre, PA. 27
April 2012. Live Music Archive. Internet Archive. 5 May 2012.
Fogarty, Mignon. "Which Versus That." Grammar Girl: Quick and Dirty Tips for
Better Writing. 21 Mar. 2008. Quick and Dirty Tips Network. 4 May 2012
Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery. PBS. Warner Home
Video, 2001. DVD.
Video from a library database:
Choy, Christine, dir. Agent Yellow. New York, Filmmakers Library, 2006.
American History in Video. Web. 4 May 2012.
Video from the Web:
Hillary Clinton Sopranos Parody. YouTube. 19 June 2007. Web. 2 May 2012.
*MLA no longer requires the use of URLs in MLA citations. For instructors who still wish to require the use of URLs, MLA suggests that the URL appear in angle brackets after the date of access. Break URLs only after slashes.
Following are some websites that provide citation help.
Diana Hacker's Research and Documentation Online