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Cite Your Sources in MLA
Why cite your sources?
Resources for creating MLA-style citations:
Free citation creation tools to help you generate MLA-style citations:
- NCSU Citation Builder
- Simple citation builder for some digital and print materials
- Covers MLA 7 & 8
- Copy and paste your generated citation into your bibliography
- Calvin College's Knight Cite
- Build citations for a wide range of resources in print, digital, multimedia, and communication
- Covers MLA 8
- Create a free Knight Cite account to save citations and export them to Word or RTF document
- Generate citations and bibliographies by pasting a URL or searching for a resource by title
- Covers MLA 7 & 8
- Copy and paste citations, download them as a Word doc, save them to Google Drive, print, or email them to yourself
Need help with hanging indentation?
- Here is a link to a short video tutorial for hanging indentation formatting in Word.
- Here is a link to a short video tutorial for hanging indentation formatting in Google Drive/Docs
Chat with a Librarian
Schedule an appointment with a librarian
Schedule an appointment to get uninterrupted individual time with a librarian. A reference librarian is like a tutor for finding and citing information. They can work with you on coming up with a research topic or question; finding credible and useful information on the web or in a library database; evaluating sources and citing them.
We offer 30-minute appointments, either online or on the phone. To make an appointment, select an available date and time on the Appointment calendar. Once you have made your request, a librarian will be in touch with details about your appointment. Appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance.
Be sure to log in with your PCC email address when prompted and then sign in with your normal PCC username and password. Make sure you are not using a personal (non-PCC) Gmail account to book the appointment.