This handout describes how to format your paper, how to cite commonly used sources, and how to properly use in-text citations.
This document provides examples for citing commonly used career sources in MLA 9 style.
We love the Excelsior College guide to MLA. Use the links on the left for examples of different kinds of in-text and Works Cited citations.
Official website for MLA style, including resources and FAQs from the Modern Language Association (MLA).
For help formatting papers in MLA, check out our guide page or the MLA Style Center's guide.
This interactive practice template lists the core elements needed to create Works Cited entries in MLA. No matter what kind of source you're citing, it will have at least one or two of these core elements. Use the template to plug in the elements from your source and create the MLA citation from scratch.