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Why use MLA Style?
MLA Style is typically used in the Humanities. MLA generally recommends in-text citations that refer readers to a list of works cited.
MLA Formatting and Style Guide (8th ed.)
from Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL).
A comprehensive citation tool with PRINTABLES: Cite Source (Developed by Trinity College in Hartford, CT, developed through a CTW Mellon Grant for Information Literacy).
Ask the MLA
Supplement of the MLA guide that serves as an FAQ and is great for additional help. From the publisher.
The MLA Style Center
The MLA Style Center is run by the MLA and has editors who will answer questions, FAQ, and blogs that go deeply into knotty documentation issues. Find MLA sample papers, formatting tips, and a Works Cited guide.
Using MLA 8?
Be aware that many citation tools (including EasyBib) are still including the City of Publication in the citation they generate for you, even though this is no longer required in most cases!
Please double-check your citations, using one of the style guides or web links on this page.
MLA Handbook by
Call Number: LB2369 .G53 2016
Publication Date: 2016
We have one copy at the Research Help Desk and one copy on the 3rd floor.