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MLA Citation Page: About MLA Style

This page includes sources that will help you prepare a List of Works Cited in MLA format.

Books on MLA

When To Use MLA

One of the most-used bibliographic styles for humanities is that of the Modern Language Association (MLA).  MLA is the style used in Rutgers writing courses and the default style for Rutgers undergraduates.   Your professor or subject area might require a different format.

MLA Style Online

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Writing Centers at Rutgers

All Rutgers campuses have a writing center where you can go for more help on writing a research paper. Below are the links to the centers on the Rutgers Campuses.

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