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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


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The MLA citations available in Bloom’s Literature and MasterPlots are NOT correct!  

To see how to correctly cite articles from Bloom's Literature and MasterPlots, click here


What is Plagiarism? (Ross F. Collins)


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