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Create an MLA citation in NoodleTools for each link below:
Why Measles Is Back in the U.S.
For each source, you will need to identify the information type. See a brief list of definitions below.
Examples of information source types:
Webpage: An online source of any length or language, part of a larger website.
Reference Source: Works that provide an overview of a topic, basic background information, and define key concepts. Examples of reference sources include encyclopedias, dictionaries, almanacs, directories, and handbooks.
Video Clip: Short clips usually from a longer recording. In NoodleTools, use this for Youtube. Do not confuse with Film or Video Recording, which is a full-length documentary or feature film.
Magazine Article: Easy-to-understand articles on popular topics geared toward a general audience. Magazines are published periodically.
Journal Article: A scholarly source published periodically. Journal articles are geared toward members of a profession. These are written by experts for experts. They contain original research, critical analysis, and usually review prior research (called a "literature review.") Most journal articles are accessed online through a library subscription database, though there are also print copies of journals.
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