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ENG 7 (Vanderhoof) - Responses to Injustice: MLA Citations
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 primary resource for how to format according to the MLA style is the MLA Handbook, 8th Edition, shown to the left.
Provides examples of papers, formatting tips, and information on plagiarism and academic dishonesty. From their site, "The MLA Style Center, published by the Modern Language Association, is the only authorized Web site about MLA style. This free, evolving resource is designed as a companion to the eighth edition of the MLA Handbook."