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I 8767 m writing a research paper MLA style with a cover page, Should the cover page include my last name and page number in the header like the rest of the pages or should it be omitted from the cover page?
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A website is a collection of informational pages on the Internet. Creating a citation for your website in MLA format usually requires you to identify the website author, website title, website publisher, and the date you accessed the information. You'll also need to remember the date you used the website on your bibliography.
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If your instructor requires your paper to have a cover page, he/she usually provides specific instructions on what you should put on the cover page. Here is the general MLA Format cover page: this page should include your university name, your research paper title, your name, your class, your professor name and your paper 8767 s due date.
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