How to Cite the Jewish Virtual Library
By David Krusch
To cite articles from the Jewish Virtual Library, follow this general format (MLA Style):
Name of the author, editor, compiler, or translator if available and relevant, (Last name, First name, Middle Initial). “Title of Article” or “Title of List/Site.” Date of the Article. Date you accessed the article. <Full Internet Address>.
If the name of the author from an article on the Jewish Virtual Library is not available, then you must use the name Mitchell G. Bard. If there is no date, you may either use the date you accessed the article or the date of the Library’s founding.
The Jewish Virtual Library was created in 1998. The editor is Dr. Mitchell G. Bard. It is updated on a weekly and, sometimes, daily.
Additional Source Material on Internet Citations
Dodd, Sue A. "Bibliographic References for Computer Files in the Social Sciences: A Discussion Paper."[gopher://info.monash.edu.au:70/00/handy/cites]. Revised May 1990.(Published in IASSIST Quarterly, 14, 2 (1990): 14-17.)
Li, Xia and Nancy Crane. Electronic Style: A Guide to Citing Electronic Information. Westport: Meckler, (1993).
University of Chicago Press Chicago Guide to Preparing Electronic Manuscripts: for Authors and Publishers. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987.
Walker, Janice R. "MLA-Style Citations of Internet Sources." [http://www.cas.usf.edu/english/walker/janice.html]. April 1995.
Source: Gibaldi, Joseph. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. New York: Mod. Lang. Assn., (2003)