Transcript of Search Tutorial
Hi, I'm Angela from the Modern Language Association, and today I'll be showing you some quick tips for finding citation examples on MLA Handbook Plus. To search for citation examples for specific source types on Handbook Plus, navigate to the top search bar and enter the source type. As an example, let's search for books. You would then navigate to the left-hand column on the search results page and click "citation examples." Handbook Plus will then display every section in the appendix of citation examples that includes the source type you searched for. When there are multiple search results, the most relevant entries will be at the top of the list. For example, when we search for Twitter, Social Media Sources is the top search result. For a complete list of citation examples, click Examples on the top navigation ribbon and select Citations. From this complete list of citation examples, let's search for a poem in a book. To find a specific source type on the citation examples page, you have three options. Scroll through the page, browse source types in the left-hand navigation bar, or keyword search by typing CTRL+F on a PC and command+F on a Mac. Anyway, thanks for watching this tutorial on finding citation examples on MLA Handbook Plus!