MLA

  • July 14, 2019/

 

  • MLA  style is based on a general method that that can be applied to every possible source and different type of writing. But since texts are increasingly mobile, and similar documents are available in various sources there are no longer fixed rule but we have basic guidelines to assist you.

 

  • The current system uses a few basic principles, that provides a flexible method that is universally applicable. Once you are familiar with the method, you will be able to apply MLA to document and any type of source, for any paper, in any field.

 

  • Here are basic principle to follow:When citing your source, start by consulting the list of core elements. When citing, the elements should be listed in the following order:
    1. Author.
    2. Title of source.
    3. Title of container,
    4. Other contributors,
    5. Version,
    6. Number,
    7. Publisher,
    8. Publication date,
    9. Location.

    Each element should be followed by the punctuation mark shown here.