Cite Your Sources
The MLA Handout document below was created to assist you in citing common Citrus sources. It includes specific examples of various types of print and online citations. A hard copy of the handout is available in the Reference area. You may also print and save your own digital copy.
The following websites provide more information about how to cte sources in MLA format.
Recent sample papers, coming soon. Students must give permission to the College so we can make their work available at the Reserve Desk or online. Library staff is creating a form to help facilitate this process.
Many commercial and noncommercial sites online can help you create citations; however, there are no guarantees of accuracy. Always double check your generated citations with the original MLA, APA or Chicago guides, our library handouts or Purdue's OWL site.
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