MLA style is most commonly used in the arts, humanities, languages, linguistics, literature and cultural studies. If you are unsure whether to use MLA style for your coursework, ask your instructor.
This guide provides a brief introduction to the 9th edition of the MLA (Modern Language Association) style of citation [select links in left navigation menu]. NOTE: The previous guide for MLA Style (8th edition) is still available here.
How to Write MLA Citations, 9th Edition (5:24) - McMaster University Library
This video illustrates how to write basic in-text citations and a Works Cited list according to the latest edition of MLA style.
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What's New in the 9th edition of the MLA Handbook?
Source: What's New in the Ninth Edition of the MLA Handbook? (Modern Language Association)
To learn more, watch this free webinar recording (55:15) [with registration] where MLA editors provide an overview of what’s covered in each chapter, discuss style changes, highlight new material, and answer questions.