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MLA Citation Format Print Page

MLA Style

The WCCC Citation Guide for MLA 8.

MLA In-Text Citations: The Basics  (from Purdue OWL)

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MLA Handbook - The Modern Language Association of America
ISBN: 9781603292627
Publication Date: 2016-04-01



According to WCCC's Standards of Academic Conduct:

Students have an obligation to conduct their academic activities honestly and conscientiously

 They should:

Give appropriate recognition by name for their contributions to published material

They shouldn't:

Present as their own academic work ideas or work of another person without proper acknowledgment of sources

Violation of these rules can lead to a failure for a course and/or expulsion from the College


Helpful Links

  • Guidelines for Writing a Literary Critical Analysis
    From Sierra College, a step by step guide to writing a literary critical analysis paper.
  • Purdue University‚Äôs Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    This is one of the most comprehensive and authoritative writing websites. Topics include The Writing Process, Research and Citation, Grammar and Mechanics, English as a Second Language (ESL), Literary Analysis and Criticism, and more.
  • RefMe
    This application allows you to create lists of references in whatever citation style you are using and save them for future use.

What is Plagiarism? (Ross F. Collins)


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