MLA 8th Edition
The 8th edition of the MLA Handbook is out and guess what? The guidelines for documenting sources have changed!
MLA now recommends one universal set of guidelines which can be applied to any source, regardless of the format – book, article, video, even Twitter tweets!
Learn about MLA’s radical new approach to building works-cited list entries before Noodlebib, Purdue OWL and even our own Citing Sources page make the switch from Seventh edition to Eighth. This session covers the new concepts of MLA Core Elements and Containers, plus other significant changes.
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