Our free MLA Citation Basics e-Book is a big hit with our loyal users! Our in-house librarians, Emily Gover and Caity Selleck, decided to create the e-book after hearing from educators like you help facilitate learning how to cite in MLA format.
Here are 4 reasons why you should download the e-book:
- It’s a great resource for educators, as well as students!
- You’ll receive the e-book, as well as our MLA Visual Guides Parts 1 and 2.
- The book is licensed under Creative Commons, so you can use it in your library or share with colleagues.
- Instead of creating citation guides from scratch, a comprehensive resource is one click away.
The content of the e-book includes:
- Fundamentals of MLA citations
- MLA examples of popular sources
- MLA web rules
- MLA parenthetical citations
What are others saying about the MLA E-Book?
“Thank you for the MLA Visual Guides. It is terrific and I look forward to using it. It is something I have always wanted to put together but never had the time.”
– Miriam Parkinson, Librarian at Fair Lawn High School in Fair Lawn, NJ
“Thanks! I just downloaded, copied, and passed it out to my English and History teachers!”
– Margaux Phoenix, Director of Library Services at Notre Dame Academy in Worcester, MA
“Thank you so much! Just forwarded it to the staff — it is just such a great resource. With the coming Common Core and research at the forefront, citing information is now on a whole different level.”
– Georgianna Stevenson, Librarian at Costa Mesa High School in Costa Mesa, CA
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