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MLA Format
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Modern Language Association (MLA) is a group of people who decide how papers that are written for English, Langauge Arts and Humanities topics will be written. They are nothing if not picky! There are many rules and guidelines for how to use and cite a source when you write in one of these areas.

Here are some links for help with MLA format. The LINK here goes to the MLA page and "George" links you to the GCC English Department for more information about using and citing sources, especially online and computer sources.

Link to MLA

Link to GCC English