Just in time for term paper season and in keeping with the heightened campus discussion of plagiarism, a new edition of the MLA Citation Style guide has been prepared by the McLennan Reference Department. Based on the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 6th edition 2003, the citation style guide extracts and illustrates the most common types of citation formats, including electronic formats, that students use for humanities papers.
A PDF version of the guide is available on the web.
Professors may link to the guide from WebCT or course web pages.
Paper copies are available free of charge in the library.
The library has four copies of the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 6th edition 2003, LB2369 G53 2003.