Answered By: Erin McDaniel
Last Updated: Aug 05, 2019     Views: 48

Once you have opened the article, look for "quotes' or the word cite.  Click on it and make sure you change it to the correct format.

If you visit the link to our Cite MLA guide, below, then click on the Grab a Citation page, you will find detailed instructions on obtaining MLA references from our databases. In most cases you will have to correct for formatting, which is also covered.

If you have a source that doesn't provided references, then you can use a citation generator, also linked in the Grab a Citation page.

You will also find links to Purdue Owl's MLA guide, which provides detailed instructions and examples on MLA Style.

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