MLA Citation

Style MLA APA

Enter a book title:

Enter a website address :

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Enter the journal’s article title:

Enter the newspaper’s article title:

Enter the magazine’s article title:





How to use the Citation Tool

  • Select the kind of reference you have from the tab above e.g. book, website, journal, newspaper or magazine.
  • For books enter the book title, author or ISBN.
  • For websites enter the address e.g. www.yahoo.com .
  • For journals, newspapers and magazines enter the title of the article.
  • Click on "Enter".
  • On the next page, you will need to review and edit the information for every source. Every source will require different information.


The MLA Format

Students and writers of research papers are generally required to use the MLA citation style if they are writing a topic that falls under the category of literature, literary criticism, philosophy, languages, or any of the major subjects in liberal arts and studies. The MLA citation style is especially designed as a standardized writing style that has specific rules and conventions for formatting research papers, articles and manuscripts in the fields of literature and languages in the MLA works cited page. Established by the Modern Language Association, the MLA citation style also provides academic writers, professionals, and researchers with an organized system for citing their sources and references.


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