MLA Style and Citations

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Formatting a paper in MLA style with Microsoft Word 2010
Formatting a paper in MLA style with Microsoft Word 2010
Learn how to quickly change the default formatting in Microsoft Word for an MLA style paper. This tutorial will also show you how to create a template to use for all of your future papers.
Basics of Citing, MLA, 1 of 3
Basics of Citing, MLA, 1 of 3
Presents the most important basic concepts for college students who need to cite sources in MLA Style. Created by Kate Hess, Librarian, Kirkwood Community College. August 2010. More citation help at http://guides.kirkwood.edu/citation
Basics of Citing, MLA, 2 of 3 (Works Cited)
Basics of Citing, MLA, 2 of 3 (Works Cited)
Presents information on how to format citations for Works Cited list, specifically for MLA style format. Created by Kate Hess, Librarian, Kirkwood Community College. August 2010. More citation help at http://guides.kirkwood.edu/citation
Tips on Citing Websites
Tips on Citing Websites
Offers some basic guidelines and tips on citing websites in MLA or APA format. Specifically helps you distinguish between the title, site title and publisher information, and where on the webpage you're most likely to find each bit of information you need to create a citation. Created by Kate Hess, ...
Basics of Citing, MLA: In Text Citations
Basics of Citing, MLA: In Text Citations
This video describes why in text citations are needed and how to create them. Examples of the most common types of citations are given. For more help see the Kirkwood Library's Citation guides: http://guides.kirkwood.edu/citation.

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