Answered By: Lindley Homol Last Updated: Mar 30, 2020 Views: 148
According to MLA conventions, if a work does not have an author, it is listed by the title in the works cited list. The title is also used instead of the author's name for in-text citations. For examples of MLA citations for works without an author, please visit the library's MLA citation guide.
If you are citing online classroom materials that are missing identifying information (like author), please follow the guidelines for online classroom materials.