RefWorks Citation Manager
RefWorks can help you manage citations for your papers/projects. It allows you to use a variety of styles - MLA, APA, Chicago - and transfer information from databases directly into a works-cited page. This guide explains more about using RefWorks.
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Modern Language Association (MLA) Citation Guide
The citation style for English and humanities courses is MLA (Modern Language Association).
There are two current MLA print resources in the Reference Room on the first floor of Mantor Library: MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (LB2369 .G53 2009) and MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing (PN147 G444 2008).
In addition, the following online MLA style guides might be useful: