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Arts 130: Black and Free: Citing your sources

A Library guide supporting Dr. Keleta-Mae's Arts130 section

Citing your sources

Correctly following a citation style for your assignment helps your audience understand your use of information and communicates professionalism and competence in your academic field. 

For your Arts130 course, Dr. Keleta-Mae has requested that you follow the MLA citation style. The Writing and Communication Centre has a number of style guides that will help you ensure that your assignment is formatted correctly, and a great starting point is their MLA style guide.

To help visualize MLA formatting, the Library has created the following infographics which deconstruct some of the most common resources you will cite with MLA during your research:

Infographics by Carmen Peters (CC BY-SA)