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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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Official MLA Website
Here is the link for the official APA website.
The Purdue Owl: MLA Style
The Purdue Owl is often considered the go-to source for information about citations. Here is their link to the MLA Style guide, featuring information on how to set up your assignment in MLA style, as well as how to complete citations for nearly any resource!
The Writer's Handbook - MLA Documentation Guide
University of Wisconsin Madison has created an MLA Documentation Guide which features general and specific information about using MLA style.
Citation Creation Tools
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. Remember to always double check generated citations, as there may be errors.
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. Remember to always double check generated citations, as there may be errors.