MLA (Modern Language Association) style is one of several different format dictating citation styling/formatting and is most commonly used to for writing within liberal arts and humanities. The main resource for how to format according to the MLA style is the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, shown to the left. The most current edition is the 7th edition, which offers examples for the general format of MLA research papers, in-text citations, endnotes/footnotes, and the reference page. While many sources provide information on how to cite and format according to MLA, the manual is the primary source of information.
Noodletools (or NoodleTools) is an online system for helping you create your MLA citations and works cited page.
**Citing Opposing Viewpoints essays/articles in Noodletools: Viewpoint Essays in Opposing Viewpoints in Context are considered short works in an anthology (Anthology/Collection).**
This guide is meant as a general overview. For more in-depth help, please use the following resources, review the MLA handbook for writers of research papers, or contact an LPC librarian.
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