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What’s new in the second edition of the MLA Guide to Digital Literacy?
The second edition of one of the MLA’s best-selling classroom guides helps students understand why digital literacy is a crucial skill for their education, future… Read More
Can a copyright date be used as a publication date for a web source?
If the Web page you are citing does not provide a publication date, you should use the copyright date. Read More
How do I access a source that requires a paid subscription?
If you are a current student and don’t have individual access to a source that requires a paid subscription, you may have access through your… Read More
How do I cite material posted on a social media platform like LinkedIn?
Below are examples of how to cite a post and a profile from LinkedIn. For explanations, see our post on citing social media. Post A… Read More
How do I cite a quotation from a quotation site like BrainyQuote?
Quotations on compilation websites may contain errors or even be misattributed, so it’s best to track down the source of the quotation. If doing so… Read More
How do I cite a short story posted to a website whose author is different from that of the story?
Cite the short story the same way you would cite a poem posted to a blog by someone who is not the poem’s author but… Read More
Which entity should you list as the publisher of a website if both a subsidiary and a parent company are listed as publisher?
Determine the publisher of a website the same way you determine the publisher of a book. The MLA Handbook notes that for books, when both… Read More
How do I cite a science magazine article uploaded to a website?
To cite a science magazine article that your professor uploaded to a website, begin with the MLA format template. List the author of the article… Read More