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In addition to MLA-related links I have also included a number of general writing resources related to various forms of academic writing such as papers and essays.
MLA Information and Resources
The following are links to other resources on the Web that will be useful to anyone working on papers that require MLA documentation style guidelines:
Modern Language Association of America – The official home page of the organization responsible for the MLA documentation style, with links to the MLA Handbook and Manual.
OWL (Online OWL Writing Lab) – Purdue University’s extensive OWL Web site about writing has a section dedicated to MLA style formatting.
Guide for Writing Research Papers based on MLA Documentation – Has been developed by Capital Community College of Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Writing A Bibliography: MLA Style – Honolulu Community College in Hawaii, U.S.A. has put together a concise and very useful online guide to using MLA style.
MLA Style Guide – This quick reference MLA style site contains good examples, and is maintained by the library at the University of Southern Mississippi, U.S.A.
APA Documentation Style – Writinghelp-central.com has developed a resource page similar to this one, on the documentation style standards of the American Psychological Association (APA), which are also used extensively worldwide.
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Online Research Tools
To help people conduct detailed and reliable research for their projects and papers, a number of specialized research tools/sites have been developed. Links to some of these online research resources are listed below:
Wikipedia.org – Wikipedia is arguably the quickest way to find high quality info on just about anything. It is maintained by volunteers and anyone can contribute, so be sure to cross-check any important facts with another source, just to be sure.
iTools! Internet Tools – Offers a suite of online search tools in support of both general and language-related research.
Library Resources on the Net – Maintained by Jack Lynch of Rutgers University, this is a good source for anyone conducting literary research.