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Information Literacy: MLA



New MLA 9--Check it Out


Below are a few quick electronic resources that might also help you in using MLA to cite your sources correctly:

The EasyBib MLA9 Reference Guide

The Purdue OWL MLA Formatting and Style Guide


Annotated Bibs @ OWL at Purdue

Sample Annotated Bibliographies

The annotations here aren't nearly as in-depth as your annotations should be. However, you can use these examples as guides for formatting.

Citation Generators

Both the library catalog and Google Scholar will create citations for you in APA, MLA, AMA and more. Always remember to double-check any computer-generated citations.

Library Catalog: Click on  tab inside catalog record for your source.

Google Scholar--Click on  tab on the bottom left inside source box.

: Click on Start now and type in a title, URL, ISBN or another identifier. BibGuru has MLA samples, explanations, and links for more MLA help.