These online sources are helpful in resolving citation style questions, however, they are not the official MLA Style guides but rather an interruption of the citation style and may be prone to inaccuracies. Always consult the official style manuals first for the most accurate information.
MLA Citation Style Tutorial
UNC Libraries, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University Libraries,University at Albany, SUNY.
Documenting Sources: MLA Style
Easy Writer Resources, Lunsford Handbook series
Humanities: Documenting Sources
Research and Documentation Online, 5th ed., by Diana Hacker and Barbara Fister.
MLA Formatting and Style Guide
OWL - the Purdue (University) Online Writing Lab.
Limited help on how to format papers and create a works cited page
The Modern Language Association Style or MLA Style is generally used by disciplines in the humanities.
This guide is divided into several sections. The main MLA page provides an overview of this citation style, who should use it and identifies print and online sources. The additional sections discuss the basic guidelines and changes for using MLA style, 7th ed. in the reference list; using in-text citations, and lastly, provides examples of how different resources are formatted in MLA.