Here are a few links to MLA Style resources that you may find helpful. Do you have a suggestion for a link that has helped you? We would love to check it out! Please send it to us at https://www.ccconline.org/library-contact-us/.
This print handbook is the text authority on all things MLA. The 9th edition is the most current, and therefore supersedes any earlier version. This is the most thorough resource available. As this is a book, you may not have access to it right away--but your local library or home college library will definitely have a copy.
This online version of the Modern Language Association (MLA) has the most up-to-date version of the style available. Basic citation information is free, but full access does require a subscription fee.
The Purdue OWL is commonly accepted as the toolkit for deciphering MLA and APA formatting and style requirements. It's created and updated by the Purdue Online Writing Lab. This is often the fastest, most reliable reference for your citation questions as it's online and available 24/7.