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MLA Documentation Guide
From the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Writing Center.
MLA Style: In-Text Citations
From the Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL).
MLA Style Center
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.
Citation Creation Tools
University of North Carolina Citation Builder
This is citation builder created by University of North Carolina, and can help generate citations in MLA or APA styles. You can select your citation style and the type of resources you need to cite.
Citation Machine is designed to help you generate your APA or MLA citations. You can select your citation style and the type of resources you need to cite.