While MS Word, some article databases, and free online tools such as BibMe offer MLA formatting for citations, these systems are NOT ALWAYS ACCURATE OR COMPLETE!
If you use these online tools to generate citations, please double check their accuracy against the "MLA Handbook" or other sources linked from this guide.
Undergraduate students using MLA style in research papers should generally refer to the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (2021, 9th ed.). Copies of this "MLA Handbook," as shown above, are located at the Reference Desk and Circulation-Reserve Desk (Library main level) for in-library use only.
Graduate students, scholars, and professional writers may want to consult the MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing (2008, 3rd ed.).
Additional information on MLA style may be found at these websites: