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MLA Citations for 131

If you’re feeling overwhelmed with MLA citations (i.e. wtf is that?), that’s alright. We haven’t gone over it explicitly in class, and we won’t cover it fully until the mini-research project (Project 4 Awesome!). 306 more words

Do You Need to Learn About MLA8?

If you have started classes recently, you’re probably aware that changes have been made to the MLA citation format. As it can be difficult to remember these new rules and changes, take a look at NoodleTools FREE MLA template. 101 more words

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Citing a Source

I can write a good essay, but creating a bibliography page at the end with citations of all my sources is much more complicated and tiresome. 50 more words

Emily

Determining the Differences in Citation Styles Workshop on Sept. 28

Learn the fundamentals of APA, Chicago Style Manual, and MLA formats.

We’ll also talk about how to paraphrase and how to incorporate quotes into your work without plagiarizing. 92 more words

UNT Writing Lab Workshops

Liberal leadership spill this morning

WA Premier Colin Barnett will face a leadership challenge today.

Liberal MLA Murray Cowper has announced he will call a leadership spill in the party room meeting that has been set down for 10am. 79 more words

Politics

“The Status of Composition and Rhetoric in American Colleges, 1880-1902: An MLA Perspective” Donald C. Stewart

Citation

Stewart, Donald C. “The Status of Composition and Rhetoric in American Colleges, 1880-1902: An MLA Perspective.” Norton Book of Composition Studies. Ed. Susan Miller. First ed. 349 more words

The World at Your Fingertips

With the worldwide web literally at students’ fingertips, it would be easy to assume that they can get all they help they need any time. While this is technically true, it’s also a case of being spoiled for choice. 1,026 more words