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Using MLA Citation Style
The Modern Language Association provides guidelines for formatting papers and citing sources.
MLA Handbook by
Call Number: Reference Counter LC 2369.G53 2016
Publication Date: 2016-04-01
This new edition simplifies (to some extent) the previous sanctioned format.
MLA Style- Purdue OWL
Purdue’s Online Writing Lab’s guide to the most commonly used citation format in the humanities. IGNORE the Citation Machine box in the right column. Instead, focus on the left column to find examples.
MLA Style Center (from MLA)
Writing Resources from the Modern Language Assoication. This free MLA-authorized Web site offers quick reference for MLA style, tips on formatting a research paper, sample research papers, and other misc. resources.
Want to set up a database of all your sources, no matter what course? Plus change citation styles quickly and easily!
A flexible and (reasonably) accurate resource for organizing and citing your sources. It's still working on implementing the 2016 edition of MLA Handbook.
Questions? Need Help? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Drew University Library, http://www.drew.edu/library