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MLA 8th ed. Color Coded Citation Guide

The MLA Handbook, 8th edition, update 2016, gives step by step advice on every aspect of writing papers. This new edition covers facts common to all works author, title, publisher etc. The format of the source such as book, or journal is not a primary con

MLA Style

The MLA (Modern Language Association) 8th edition, updated in 2016, gives step by step advice on every aspect of writing papers. We have several copies of this book at the reference desk under ( LB 2369 G53 2016 ). This new edition covers elements common to all works such as author, title, publisher etc. In this guide each element is assigned a color  and number to give you a visual on how to create your citation. Follow the numbered steps in the color coded guide when citing a book, a newspaper, magazine or  database journal article, or a piece of art work and any other type of publication.

The inspiration for this guide comes from  Valencia College, located in Florida, online color coded citation guides.http://valenciacollege.edu/library/mla-apa-chicago-guides/mla-documentation-electronic.cfm