Answered By: Steven Deineh
Last Updated: Aug 01, 2018     Views: 68

Citing an eBook in MLA style is similar to citing a printed book with a couple of additions. In general, you just add the name of the database you used to access the eBook (usually eBook Collection (EBSCOhost)), the format of the book (Web), and the date you accessed (i.e., 7 Feb. 2011).

Please view our MLA style handout; example #24 is for an eBook.

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