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In MLA Format:

For an Unpublished Document (or material created by a professor)

Citation description:
Author's Last Name, First Name. "Title of Document." Description of document (e.g. flyer, leaflet, memo or handout). Organization associated with document. City of production/distribution. Date of document. (If no date listed, enter: n.d.) Medium.


Note: If any of the above information is not given, leave the information out.

 

Citation example:
Smith, Sarah. "Literary Criticism." Student handout. Pellissippi State Community College. Knoxville, TN. n.d. Print.

 

For a Class Handout Quoting Another Source (like a poem or short story)

Citation description:
Author of quoted source. "Title of work from a published collection. (e.g. poem or article)." Title of Publication. (book or periodical). "Title of Handout." Handout. Title of course. (Name of instructor.) Name of school. Date of handout. 
Note: If any of the above information is not given, leave the information out.

 

Citation example:
Poe, Edgar Allan. "The Raven." The Works of Edgar Allan Poe. Handout. Poetry: English 110. 
(Professor Bob Doe.) Pellissippi State Community College. Aug. 2015. Print.

 

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Brenner, Eric. "MLA Citation Style." Skyline College Library. Skyline College. 15 Sep. 2015. Web. 21 Sep. 2015.