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COMM 101 - Evansville: Speech 2 - Recommended Resources

For Beth Katz's COMM 101 course

Citing Your Sources

Create a Works Cited page that is properly formatted based on MLA 7th edition (Modern Language Association) guidelines:

Any illustrations from a reference source MUST be included on your Works Cited page. 

NOTE: This type of source is not to be one of the four required for the speech.


Speech 2: Influential Person


These are a few databases selected for appropriateness for biographical research. There's even more available in the Virtual Library.


These websites are published by a variety of individuals and organizations to the world wide web. Remember that anybody can publish information to the Internet. When viewing websites, keep a critical eye out for any message or bias the author of the work may be expressing.