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How to Cite

Resources for citation help, including handbooks and quick guides, for MLA, APA, Chicago, and AMA styles.

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  • Resources for citation help, including handbooks and quick guides, for
    • MLA Style

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Always check with your professors about their preferred citation style. They may have very specific requirements, or may leave it up to you - just ask!

MLA Style

Modern Languages Association (MLA) style is one of several styles for academic citation. It is used in the humanities, especially English.

 

Format

MLA uses a Works Cited page at the end of your paper, and in-text parenthetical citations. 

 

9th Edition

MLA is on its 9th edition of style guidelines. The official Handbook is in the Reference Section of Raugust Library, and UJ Quick Guides are available below for the 9th and 8th editions.

Raugust Library MLA Quick Guide

Additional MLA Resources