These are some handouts you can use to help you format your papers in MLA (Modern Language Association) format, the style used in English and the Humanities. The handouts are either in PDF, so you can download them to your computer, or link you to a website.
- In-Text Citations
- Mini-Manual for Using MLA Style in Research Papers
- MLA Citation Style Worksheet
- MLA Paper Format
- MLA Research Worksheet
- Research Paper (MLA Format)
- Purdue OWL MLA Format - includes other common sources such as speeches, interviews, and photographs
- Purdue OWL MLA Formatting & Style Guide - the whole shebang, all the information you'll need
- Sample Annotated Bibliography
- What's an Annotated Bibliography?
- SLCC Article Databases
- The MLA Packet includes much of the same information that can be downloaded separately in the links above.