General Style GuidelinesParts of a CitationAbbreviations
No Author1 Author or Editor2 to 3 Authors or EditorsMore than 3 Authors or EditorsCorporate AuthorArticle/Chapter in Edited BookArticle in a Reference BookE-BookEdition other than the FirstTranslated BookGovernment Publication
Journal Article (Print)Journal Article (Online)Journal Article (Database)Magazine Article (Print)Magazine Article (Online)Magazine Article (Database)Newspaper Article (Print)Newspaper Article (Online)Newspaper Article (Database)
Entire Web SiteWeb Page, Article, or Document from Web SiteBlog or Wiki
DVD or VideoOnline VideoSound Recording
Image (Electronic)Image (Print)Image with No TitleCartoon or Comic StripMap or Chart (Print)Map or Chart (Electronic)
Class LectureInterviewE-mailReligious TextsIndirect SourcesDissertation/Thesis (Print)Dissertation/Thesis (Electronic)
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ZU Library guide to help with MLA citation style, 7th ed.
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About MLA Style

Modern Language Association (MLA) style is commonly used in Humanities courses, such as English, for citing references in student papers. 

This guide is based on the MLA Handbook (7th ed.) that was published in 2009.

Page numbers in brackets refer to specific pages in the handbook.

Check out the General Style Guidelines page to learn more about what's different in the 7th edition.

Getting Started!

For more examples and information, consult the MLA Handbook (7th ed.), located in the Reference Collection.

The following sections of this LibGuide provide you with information and examples that will help you to cite the sources that you come across during your research.

 

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