Three Cheers for MLA Works Cited Lists!
This will be useful. I found it in Hamilton's Essential Literary Terms 263.
"31. ARTICLE IN AN ONLINE PERIODICAL OR DATABASE
If a source does not number pages or paragraphs, follow the year with a period instead of a colon. Some periodicals have dates; others have volume and issue numbers instead-volume 10, issue 3 should be listed as 10.3, following by the year (in parentheses). See the following examples."
"FROM A DATABASE PROVIDER
Author's Last Name, First Name. "Title of Article." Title of Periodical Date of Volume.Issue (Year): Pages pars. Database. Database provider. Library. Day Month Year of access <URL>.
Bowman, James. "Moody Blues." American Spectator June 1999: 64-65. Academic Search Premier. EBSCO. Paul Laurnece Dunbar Lib., Wright State U. 15 Mar. 2005 <http://epnet.com>.
Note: I could not, for the life of me, figure out how to indent the second line of the examples. I thought this would come in handy, so I figured this would make a great blog entry! I always forget how to do a works cited in MLA style, especially for things as complicated as online periodicals. I hope this helps everyone when we start our papers!