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Note that while the following links offer great citation examples, based on the MLA Style Manual, inaccuracies and issues can arise. Pay attention to the edition of the MLA Manual you are using. The new 8th edition contains some significant changes. You will benefit immensely if you take the time to familiarize yourself with the MLA manual so you can adjust or correct as needed. If your professor does not specifically request an earlier edition, use the 8th edition.
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If you are new to MLA, or if has been a while, we recommend you follow the links immediately below. These will provide a detailed view of the citation process. These were developed for the 7th edition. The YouTube Video pictured here included an informative instruction about using the 8th edition and highlight some of the changes that have been made.
Links here take you to helpful tutorials about MLA Style, 7th ed. There are four:
The Following Video is a clear and concise introduction to using the new 8th edition, that points out some important changes in the latest version.
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