Use the call number to locate the print guide in the reference area.
The Modern Language Association (MLA) Handbook is used as the citation style guide for literary research.
To consult the print version of the MLA Handbook, which is available in our Reference area, please see the second call number listed to the left.
The following online resources provide additional help:
MLA Formatting and Style Guide - from Purdue Online Writing Lab
MLA Style Guide from Cornell University
APA Style Guides:
MLA Style Guides:
Chicago Style Guides:
Additional Style Guides:
Need help with a research paper? Visit the Eckerd College Writing Center for writing assistance.
Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool that helps you collect, organize, cite, and share citation sources for your research. It is a web browser add on and can be used with Firefox, Safari or Chrome.
Mendeley is another free citation management tool. It includes an online version, desktop version, and MS Word plugin for direct citations.
EndNote Web is a web-based citation management tool for organizing citations, which integrates with Web of Science.