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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 MLA Style Citation MLA stands for the Modern Language Association, and it is widely usedin the humanities (Modern Language Association) Citing a Book Citing a Website Citing a Journal or Magazine Article Citing an Online Video Author Lastname, Firstname. Name of institution/organization affiliated with site, date site was created. Medium. Date you accessed it. Author Lastname, Firstname. City of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Medium. Author Lastname, Firstname. "Title of Article." Volume. Issue (Year): Pages. Medium. Date you accessed it.(if online) Authors Name or Posters Username. Title of Video. Media Type. Name of institution/organization affiliated with site, date of posting. Medium. Date you accessed it. Name of Website. Name of Website. Title of Book. Journal Title. In article citations are done using a brief parenthetical reference that will refer to your alphabetized "works cited" page (Modern Language Association). MLA Style has a simple, clean look, and is the preferred citation style of "over 1,100 scholarly and literary journals" (Modern Language Association) Modern Language Association. "What is MLA Style?" 3 Feb. 2012. Web. 28 Jan. 2015. Modern Language Association. This list is far from comprehensive.For more information,there are many websitesavailable that cover justabout anything thatyou will need to cite. And remember, AlwaysCite Your Sources! The best resources for citation styles are library guides(such as Purdue Owl or University of Alberta Library Guide)If in doubt, ask your friendly neighbourhood librarian! Kickin' it old-school? is available in book-form, too! The MLA Handbook for Writers, 7th Edition
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