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Human Rights: JanTerm 2018: Citations

MLA Style Center

MLA Style Center

The MLA Style Center, published by the Modern Language Association, is the only authorized Web site about MLA style. This free, evolving resource is designed as a companion to the new eighth edition of the MLA Handbook (2016).

Print copies of the MLA Handbook may be found on the top floor CFL.  The call number is Ref. 808.02-MLA.


NoodleTools is a tool for student research which allows you to:

  • capture your source references, notes and ideas all in one place
  • generate citations and bibliographies in MLA, APA, or Chicago format
  • collaborate with other students and share sources for group projects
  • create and organize notecards for direct quotes, paraphrases, and original ideas
  • import source information while writing your paper using GoogleDocs or Microsoft Word

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OWL at Purdue (MLA)


Purdue Online Writing Lab
MLA Formatting & Style Guide

This is an excellent resource from a writing lab at Purdue University.  It includes guides and samples for how to cite papers according to several different style formats, including MLA.  A solid, reliable source!