Citing Sources: MLA Style
Modern Language Association (MLA) Style Guide
Below are online resources for learning and using the Modern Language Association of America's style guide. More information can be found in the print version of the manual, available from the GVSU University Libraries:
MLA Interactive Tutorial
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This module was partially adapted with permission from Marquette University Raynor Memorial Libraries.
Citing Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Keepers
NorQuest College Library in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, has noted that the formal APA and MLA styles do not have a format for the oral teachings of Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Keepers so they have developed citation styles in the spirit of wahkôhtowin and reconciliation. Thanks to Lorisia MacLeod (James Smith Cree Nation) and the Indigenous Student Center staff for co-developing these!