Use MLA style to cite your electronic sources by following the examples in these documents:
MLA Citation Guide (LibGuide)
MLA Color-coded Guide (PDF)
A copy of the MLA Handbook is on reserve at the Check-Out Desk. Use your student photo ID to check it out to use in the library only.
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By properly citing the sources you use in your research, you allow others
- to know where to find the information you used
- to see how current your information is
- to know that you used reliable sources
- to offer more information for others to use