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Library DIY

I Need Help Citing Sources In MLA Format

MLA format is commonly used in the humanities. It involves the use of parenthetical in-text citations (citation information is within parentheses beside the quoted or paraphrased information). 

NOTE: MLA recently updated to an 8th edition. Here's what's different.

Style Guides: 

Writing with Microsoft Word: In Microsoft Word you can also set your default document layout to MLA style. The video below explains how.