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MLA Resources

Information Literacy Objectives
The Objectives in this document can be used as a guide for the efforts of librarians who promote the Competency Standards at their institutions.

MLA Information and Example
Open this Microsoft Word document to learn all about the guidelines for properly formatting a paper.
MLA Templates for Word, Open Office
Download a template to get started writing your own MLA-formatted paper.
Select the link below for the word processor program on your computer. The Microsoft Word template can be opened with Pages as well.
Microsoft Word MLA Template
Link to Purdue OWL MLA Guide
Use the  Purdue OWL MLA Guide link to gain further information on formatting a paper and citing different types of sources using MLA's style.
MLA Style Lite
Use  Dr. Scribe's guide to the MLA style here. His page provides details and examples of formatting papers, the mechanics of writing, and citing sources.

A Quick Guide for Building a Works Cited page. Use this quick guide for more information on containers. 

MLA Abbreviations
Use the MLA Abbreviations link to see the preferred MLA Abbreviations for the Books of the Bible.
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