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CIS 1103 - Introduction to Computing: MLA Style Guide

What is MLA Style?

MLA Handbook

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MLA Style Aid
This aid includes examples of in text citations, reference page citations and paper formatting in MLA style. Based off of the 7th ed. of the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 2009.
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Why You Need to Cite Sources
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Citations

Some library databases have citation creation functionality.  While these citations can be helpful, they are machine-generated and are not immune from errors.  Machine-generated citations should always be checked carefully, and corrections made as needed.  The library assumes no responsibility for any errors in formatting.  Citation creation is the responsibility of the student.