MLA - How to Cite Information you Find on BoliviaBella.com
MLA (Modern Language Association) is a style used to cite sources you've consulted when researching and writing reports. You can use MLA style to cite the pages on our website or BoliviaBella.com as a whole when citing information you use from our website in your reports.
Please take note that you should not copy text or photos from our website and paste the text into your report. You may, however, use your own words to write your report, based on information available on BoliviaBella.com
The following are general guidelines for citing BoliviaBella.com as a source.
How to Cite our Website as a Whole
Author name. Website name. Web. Date you accessed the website.
Charis Barks, Webmaster. BoliviaBella.com. Web. 14 November 2014.
How to Cite a Specific Page on our Website
"Title of the page or article." BoliviaBella.com. Date the page was published. Web. URL of the page (optional). Date you accessed the page or article.
"Charisma Handcrafted Bolivian Jewelry." BoliviaBella.com. 01 November 2014. Web. www.boliviabella.com/charisma.html 14 November 2014.
We update our pages continually. You can contact us, send us the URL (web address) of the page you'd like to cite, and ask us for the last date it was published or updated... or, you can write n.d. (no date listed).
"Charisma Handcrafted Bolivian Jewelry." BoliviaBella.com. n.d. Web. www.boliviabella.com/charisma.html 14 November 2014.