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MLA Citation Formatting: MLA Home

Learn how to create citations using MLA

Additional MLA Resources

Here are some additional tools that can help you with MLA. 

Credit

This guide is based on the work done by Nicole Robinson at Muskingum University and Colleen Boff at Bowling Green State University.

What is MLA?

Welcome to the MLA resource page. MLA is a style of writing and formatting that is created and updated by the Modern Language Association. MLA style is most commonly used in the humanities, including most English courses.

Choose one of the tabs above to learn about how to cite a specific type of resource. 

MLA Handbook

The MLA Handbook is intended to be used by undergraudate students. Copies are shelved in the Second Floor Stacks, 2 hour Reserve, and Reference collection in Shafer Library

MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing

The MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly publishing is intended to be used by graduate students, academic scholars, professors, professional writers, and editors. Copies shelved in Reference and 2 Hour Reserve in Shafer Library

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