Citations and Captions for Images (MLA Format) 1. Cite your images using NoodleTools. Generate a Works Cited list from NoodleTools. From the NoodleTools menu, Works Cited select the following formats: Library Database "Chinese Terra-cotta Warriors." Gale World History in Context. Gale, 2010. Select Photo or Image (Born Digital) and then Database tab Web. 4 Dec. 2012. Lindesay, William. A Dismounted Cavalryman and His Horse. The Terracotta Image Reproduced in a Printed Book Select Book. Identify section of Army of the First Emperor of China. Sheung Wan, Hong Kong: book that includes image. Odyssey, 2008. 14-15. Print. Genius of China. Image From a Website Qin Shi Huang Di. N.d. The Tiger Emperor. Web. 4 Dec. 2012. Select Photo or Image (Born Digital) and then Website tab <http://hem2.passagen.se/coif/history/qin/qinen.html>. 2. To cite your images, place a caption directly below the illustrations. Captions are the first words in the citations included in your Works Cited. Note: If an image stands alone, you are citing the image. If the image is from a book, you are citing the section in the book. Library Database Book Free Web Lindesay, William. . Qin Shi Huang Di. “Chinese Terra-cotta Warriors.” Note: This is the title of the image Note: This is the author of the book that Note: This is a description of the image as provided in the database as no author includes the image. These are the first words no author or title was provided. These are was provided. These are the first words in the citation. the first words in the citation. in the citation. In-Text Citations and Works Cited In most cases when you are providing in-text citations for books and databases, you will include the author’s last name and a page number if available. For other cases, ask Mrs. Dolan or Mrs. Grossman. An example of a page from a book: Direct Quotation Paraphrase or Summary “Qin Shi Huangdi’s opulent lifestyle wasn’t just confined to his time Qin Shi Huang Di planned a very rich afterlife to match his as emperor. It even extended into the afterlife” (Dutemple 44). extravagant lifestyle (Dutemple, 44). My Own Ideas Qin Shi Huang Di really thought that he could take his riches with him into the afterlife. Mrs. Grossman and Mrs. Dolan, 12/5/12.
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