How to Cite a YouTube Video in MLA
Citing a YouTube Video
According the official MLA Style website, you start the citation off with the title of the video in quotation marks. The name of the website, YouTube, comes next, followed by the name of the YouTube channel, also called the video uploader. Finally, include the date the video was uploaded and the URL of the video at the end of the citation.
“Title of Video.” YouTube, uploaded by Name of YouTube Account, Day Month Year, URL.
“Prevent Plagiarism in 5 Steps.” YouTube, uploaded by Chegg, 15 Nov. 2018, www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lxBP1LtFDY.
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