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Books in the Library
MLA Handbook for Writers of Research
Call Number: LB2369 .G53 2009 (2nd Floor)
An authoritative account of MLA for use in writing, including guidelines for citing web and digital publications.
Rules for Writers by
Call Number: PE1408 .H277 2012 (3rd Floor)
Publication Date: 2011-09-16
The MLA Style of Documentation
Call Number: PN147 .P76 2010 (3rd Floor)
Explains plagiarism through examples, and how to find and evaluate resources. Also how to cite sources in academic writing.
Writing Research Papers
Call Number: LB2369 .L4 2010 (2nd Floor)
Practical approach to the research process with the latest information on electronic research and presentation
Doing Honest Work in College
Call Number: PN171.F56 .L56 2004 (3rd floor)
Explains principles of academic integrity and how to apply them in academia
MLA Citation Resources Online
The paper edition of the MLA Handbook is the most authoritative source for proper citations. The MLA website does provide examples of usage and how to cite exceptions.
The websites listed below are secondary sources. When in doubt for correct citation style, consult the paper edition of the MLA Handbook.
MLA Citation Guide by Concordia
Lots of examples on proper MLA citation format.
Formatting your paper
Learn how to format your paper from the developoers of MLA
This blog helps provides information on how to cite lots of different formats, such as interviews and website with no author or no date.
Purdue Owl: MLA Format
A website, with lots of examples of in text citations and Works Cited page formatting.