How to cite multimedia
Gnadinger, Noel. How To Cite
Multimedia. June 2004.
http://www.geocities.com/ngnadinger/multimedia.html. Accessed June 20,
Lastname, Firstname (of the author or editor or artist). Title
(of the Work). Version or date of posting (or updating). Publisher
or sponsor (web host; e-mail list, etc). Available
http://address/filename. Accessed Date.
Usually you place the full citation directly beneath the reproduced
graphical material, starting with its left-hand margin. Begin the
citation with "Source," followed by a colon, then complete the citation
in your chosen style.
Source: Hubble Space
Telescope release in the Space Shuttle's Payload Bay. [Online Image]
October 1, 1996.
Description or title of image. [Online Image] Available
http://address/filename. Access date.
For more information, check these sites:
Classroom Connect Internet Citation Guide
"A Guide for Writing Research Papers Based on the Modern Language
Association (MLA) Documentation" Prepared byt he Humanities Dept. at
Capital Community College in Hartford CT
Sources from Dartmouth College