Citing Your Sources
Websites and resources to help you create MLA Citaions
Not quite sure how to properly credit the sources used in your research paper?
These online citation makers will guide you step-by-step through creating a Works Cited page.
Then double-check its accuracy against the examples shown on the Purdue Owl site below.
All Departments at WGSS follow the Modern Languages Association (MLA) Citation Method.
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MLA 8 Resources
Do you know how to use in-text citations, format your MLA Works Cited page or credit images? Wondering how to block longer quotes or the correct layout of your paper? Purdue University's Online Writing Lab is the place to go to check everything you need to know about citing all kinds of sources in MLA. You can find out how to do the Works Cited page, as well as endnotes, footnotes and in-text citations and more. Full of examples essential for checking your own work.
Some free versions of online citation makers might not get the details of MLA 8th edition quite right.
Double-check your Works Cited page against Purdue's examples, just to be sure!
University of Alberta Library MLA Help
MLA 8 Quick Style Guide. Shows Works Cited entries and their matching in-text citations. Confused on how to cite an interview, video, or Twitter feed? This is the place to check.
This short video recaps how to correctly use MLA in your paper.