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This guide will help you cite your sources properly to avoid plagiarism, important for students to maintain academic integrity. It also introduces various tools for creating and managing citations, including library-supported Mendeley and Zotero.
The MLA Citation Style was created and is maintained by the Modern Language Association. This citation style is most often used by researchers and writers in the humanities including literature, art, and theatre.
This is the official website for the MLA Citation Style maintained by the Modern Language Association. Here you will find information about MLA style, answers to frequently asked questions, and a quick guide to citing using MLA style.