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MLA 8 LibGuide

A documentation style is created by a community of those who recognize that their profession is built through the contributions of many, and who come together to agree on how to give appropriate credit to the work and words of others.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      –Dr. Rhonda Grego, English & Humanities Dean


How to Find SourcesHow to Cite Your Sources

Samples for Your Sources

  How to Integrate Quotes & Avoid Plagiarism How to Format Your Paper

Why We've Upgraded to MLA 8


This LibGuide has links to one of the most cited college-level documentation resources, Purdue University's Online Writing Lab:  OWL
However, the OWL also links to other sources.  Some of them can be misleading, such as the link to the  Citation machine from Chegg. 
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