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Citation and Documentation with MLA: Home

Instruction and resources for using MLA-style documentation and citation in your essay, project, thesis, dissertation, or research paper.

Getting Started

Not sure how to start?

MLA citation requires in-text citations and a Works Cited list. There are rules for both of these that must be followed.

Use the tabs along the top of this page to navigate.  "MLA Citation Basics" covers the basics and provides links to guidelines and examples. "Library Resources" includes a video tutorial to get you started, as well as links to resources and help at the U of Regina libraries.  "Online Resources" will guide you to free guides and resources available online.

You can always contact the library, or email the English liaison librarian if you have any questions -- we are here to help!

MLA Documentation, Citation, and Style

MLA CoverThese pages contain instruction and resources on MLA-style documentation.

      MLA Citation Basics: Links to guides and examples.
      Library resources: Print and online resources.
     
Online resources: Trusted and useful online resources.

Department of English Style Sheet

The Department of English Style Sheet is your guide to the writing style and documentation that is expected for essays in English classes.

You can find the Style Sheet here (if accessing from off campus, you muct have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed).

Subject Guide

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