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The MLA Citation Style is often used for classes in the Humanities, such as English and History. The APA Citation Style is the other common format, usually used in the sciences. See the APA Citations guide for more information.

Use the blue tabs above to see MLA citation formats for different kinds of sources, as well as for creating citations in the text of your paper. These formats are based on the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7th edition.


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Condensed versions of the information in this guide are linked in PDF format. For complete information, use the blue tabs above.

MLA Citations

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See the MLA Frequently Asked Questions page.

For help finding articles & other sources, go to your campus Library.

For help with writing papers and creating citations, go to your campus Writing Center:

Citation Tools

Use a citation tool to create citations and bibliographies in various formats, including MLA and APA.

Always check the citation to make sure it is accurate.

  • NoodleTools
    NoodleTools is a citation creation, web-based software program. Each user must create a "personal folder" (i.e., select a personal ID and password) by clicking the "Create a Personal ID" button on the login screen.
  • RefWorks: Online Citation Construction Tool
    An online research management, writing and collaboration tool, Refworks is designed to help researchers gather, manage, store and share all types of information, as well as generate citations and bibliographies.All users will have to create a free, individual account in order to generate bibliographies and the like.

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