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THEA 300: Citing Sources

Additional MLA Sources

While going directly to the style guide is the best way to ensure accuracy in your citations, the University of Maryland Global Campus has a helpful online resources for troubleshooting.

Professor Carlisle also suggests these resources for MLA citations:


SU Libraries supports the use of ProQuest's RefWorks for helping you to manage your citations.

If you do not already have an account, or are unfamiliar with how to use it, check the guide linked below! RefWorks will do the basics, but it's also great for group work, annotated documents, and leaving notes on why that citation you looked at two weeks ago was a good idea in the first place.

Citing Sources: MLA

ProQuest RefWorks - Source citation tool

ProQuest RefWorks is nice, but you always have the most control over the accuracy of your citations when you do it by hand using the selected style manual (below).