Dr. Bridget R. Moore

ISBN-13: 978-1-945628-18-4

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The special features in Dr. Moore’s Step-by-Step MLA Quick Reference Guide makes this resource more than just a handbook. In addition to the step-by-step instructions explaining how to create the works cited and in-text citations for 15 of the most commonly used sources in academic writing, this resource comes with video lectures and worksheets. The video lectures allow students to see and hear where to find the information that they will need from the sources in order to create MLA citations based on the 8th edition of the MLA handbook. Since students learn by doing, this resource also includes worksheets that help them organize ideas and information from the sources, as well as create works cited and in-text citations. This one resource addresses virtually every type of learning style. It will allow educators to dedicate more class time to content material, while still empowering students with a resource that teaches them how to create works cited and in-text citations. It is a win-win for everyone. (Videos are ADA compliant and are hosted on a website that is accessible from most every electronic device.)

Table of Contents


Articles from Online News Agencies

Articles from Periodicals (journals, magazines and newspapers)

Articles from Periodicals in Databases




Episodes from a Television Series 

Live Lectures or Performances 

Personal Interviews

Sacred Texts

Social Media Posts


Television Programs and Films

Videos on a Website

Works from an Anthology or Chapter from a Book

Additional Information about MLA Formatting

Additional Information about In-Text Citations

Additional Information about Works Cited Pages

Links to Videos

Source Worksheets

About the Authors

About the Author(s): Dr. Bridget R. Moore

Bridget R. Moore earned her B.S. in journalism from Texas A&M University (College Station); her M.A.I.S. in English from the University of Texas at Tyler, and her Ph.D. from Texas A&M University at Commerce. She joined the faculty at Tyler Junior College in the fall of 2005. She has more than 20 years of experience working with private and public colleges in Texas and Arkansas. She has taught at careerfocused, two-year, four-year, and university-level institutions of higher education. She teaches online, as well as traditional face-to-face classes. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, she is currently working on a text critically analyzing the images of race, gender, and class as portrayed in popular films.


Portia Scott earned her M.A. from Texas State University. She has 10 years of teaching experience. She is currently a professor of English at Kilgore College. Her inspirational writings can be found in select East Texas and Austin-area magazines.

Latasha Goodwyn is Director of Adult Education and Literacy at Kilgore College. She holds an M.S.Ed. from the University of Tennessee. She has taught adult basic education (ABE); developmental writing, which included integrated reading and writing; and freshman composition and literature courses.

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