What's in this Guide?
The MLA Handbook (9th ed.) helps make citing sources a consistent and an easy process for students. This approach places less emphasis on publication format and shifts focus to a source's core elements. As a result, there can be more than one correct way to document a source depending on elements highlighted for a specific scholarly use.
This guide will show you how to:
|The Modern Language Association has authored and published the new 9th edition of the MLA Handbook (2021), with more in-depth explanations and plentiful new examples. See more info online at the MLA Style Center.|
The MLA Style Center is a helpful resource published by the Modern Language Association to help acquaint users with new citation guidelines. Take a look at the links below for more information:
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