MLA is short for Modern Language Association -- and when you hear the term, 9 times out of 10 it is in connection with bibliographies -- those lists of references that every good research project must have to show where the information came from.
MLA recommends a particular style of listing the author, title, publisher, date, etc. for different kinds of sources: books, websites, articles.
Click here to look at the specifics of MLA and for an introduction to NoodleTools, a software website that our school subscribes to, which will help you easily generate MLA-style bibliographies.
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