To assist you in preparing an MLA format bibliography you can go to:
NoodleTools is an online bibliography maker. It also has research tips and a notecard application to help you collect your information. NoodleBib has been updated for 2009 MLA formatting.
The sites below will guide you through the citation process:
Owl Purdue : A guide to the 2009 MLA Formatting and Style Guide with many additional helpful writing and research pages.
Click here for an example of MLA formats
Click here for a description of Quoting, Paraphrasing and Summarizing.
Click here for formatting in-text citation.
Click here for an example of a research paper in 2009 MLA format.
Diana Hacker: An extensive site with MLA, APA, Chicago and CSE (sciences) citation formats and in-text citation guides. The MLA site has been updated to the new 2009 formatting guides.
Click here for another example of a research paper in 2009 MLA format.
Annotated Bibliography : A guide to writing an annotated bibliography from Cornell’s Olin & Uris Libraries.
Don’t know what to cite? Check out “ Oops, I Plagiarized ” from UCLA.