Here are some handouts (in both .docx and .pdf formats) featuring examples of citations for sources you might find through TCC's Library and the Web. This first handout is for the full works cited page.
Watch this short video (3 mins, 38 seconds) to learn how to create both in-text and works-cited citations that adhere to the MLA Style (8th edition).
Source: "MLA Citations (8th Edition)" by McMaster Libraries is licensed under CC BY 4.0
Government documents or reports -- from local, county, state, and/or national government departments -- are cited a little differently in both APA and MLA citation styles. For government documents or data, in most cases the author will be the government department responsible for compiling or publishing the data/report/document.
Click the links below for good guides, with examples, for how to cite Census data, tax forms and other government documents.
The Modern Language Association (MLA) publishes a style guide used by authors who publish in the humanities.
Try these helpful sites that provide examples of citations for common sources, like books, e-books, and articles.
Plug in the appropriate information in the following "citation builders" and view your citation in MLA format. Successful use depends upon entering the proper information! Compare your results with an MLA style handout (such as the one to the right).
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