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This guide is intended to provide guidance on how to cite information resources for research projects according to MLA (Modern Language Association) documentation style.
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    Getting Started

    This guide is intended to provide guidance on how to cite information resources for research projects according to MLA Documentation Style.

    • Click on "MLA Style Guides."  On this page are links to: 1) Modern Language Association (MLA) Style Guide, 2) Cross-referencing: Using MLA Format (text of PowerPoint presentation), 3) MLA Formatting and Style Guide (OWl at Purdue Unitersity), 4) MLA Citation Style - Long Island University.
    • Click on "MLA Web Sites."  On this page are links to: 1) Frequently Asked Questions about the MLA Style Manual (Modern Language Association), 2) Diana Hacker's Research and Documentation in the Electronic Age. Provides guidance for MLA, Chicago, and CSE styles, as well as sample papers.
    • Click on "Citation Tools."  On this page are links to: 1) Son of Citation Marchine, 2)  KnightCite, 3) instruction for use of EndNote Web, 4) instructions for use of Zotero.
    • Click on "Library Resources."  On this page is a listing of reference books for MLA Documentation Style.
    • Click on "Videos."  On this page are links to videos entitled "MLA Documentation 2009 - What's New?" and "Avoiding Plagiarism: What do I need to cite?"

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