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MLA stands for Modern Language Association, and MLA is the formatting style that many academic majors use to format and cite their sources within their papers.
There are three basic parts of MLA that you should understand: how to format your paper, the conventions for in-text citations, and how to create a Works Cited page. Click on the squares below to learn more.
A classic for referencing examples of citation, quotes, and full papers.
Examples and additional information on the style guide.
Citation generator that will assist in making sure you follow APA formatting.