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Documenting Sources the MLA Way 
Confused about how to document your sources? Don't know how to cite those pesky on-line resources? These are the web sites that can help you find the answers to all those questions you have about documenting sources. Keep in mind that these sites show you MLA documentation. If you are doing a paper for a class that requires another form of documentation (APA for example), you will want to seek your answer elsewhere.

The Official MLA Site
This is the Official site of the Modern Language Association. If you check out the link to "MLA Style" you will find information on what MLA is and how to document sources from the World Wide Web.
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MLA Documentation: Works Cited Page
Although you'll undoubtedly be using electronic sources, there are lots of great traditional resources to consult as well--books, journals, newspapers, etc. This site provides all the information you'll need to correctly cite those sources.

Using MLA Format
An overview of how to incorporate sources into your essay, how to do in-text citations, and how to do the list of works cited (the bibliography).

Citation Machine- An online resource where you can build your works cited entries by simply filling in the information for your sources.