If you want an overview of a topic, a fact sheet provides the key points. Many types of organizations, including government agencies, colleges and corporations, offer these documents. The seventh edition of the "MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers" presents guidelines for citing fact sheets both in text and on the Works Cited page.
After discussing information from a fact sheet, include an in-text citation within parentheses. List the author's last name if one is identified or the organization's name, for example: (Office of Management and Budget). If the author's name is mentioned in the text of the se, omit it from the parentheses.
Works Cited Page
To include a citation of a fact sheet on the Works Cited page, begin with the author's name. If it is an individual, list last name, a comma and first name. Add a period. Put the title of the document and a period in quotation marks. Insert "Fact sheet" without quotation marks. Add a period. Identify the organization connected to the fact sheet. Add a period and list the location of the organization. Add a period. Include the date of the fact sheet. If no date is listed, use "n.d." without quotation marks. Describe the medium of the document, such as "Print" or Web" without quotation marks, and end with a period. An example of a fact sheet citation: Office of Management and Budget. "Building a 21st Century Infrastructure." Fact sheet. The White House. Washington, D.C. n.d. Web.
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