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MLA SURVIVAL KIT: Formatting Your Paper

The one-stop shop for MLA! We've gathered everything in one convenient guide. #MLA




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Here are some examples to follow:

And here is a video that walks you through the process in Microsoft Word:

And here is an excellent website with instructions:

     Sometimes you really need to use the printed MLA Handbook to find the answer to your question about MLA format.  Ask for a copy of the most recent edition, which you may use in the library, at the Research Assistance Desk on the 1st floor.