Who should use the MLA style? The MLA style "is reserved for English, Literary Criticism, Comparative Literature, Cultural Studies, and Foreign Language and Literature" (OWL, 2019). Students can watch the YouTube videos listed below to use MLA formatting in Microsoft Office, Google document, and Word document. Furthermore, the Purdue Online Writing Lab can help the students to format their paper. Students can also learn how to cite their resources from this website. Students can also find the MLA format instructions, MLA style Guide and works cited or Reference page on this tab. The format and style Guide is also attached in the Microsoft Office and PDF file. Furthermore, the students can also find the sample of the cover page/title page on this tab. Always follow your teacher's instructions and guideline to complete the assignment.
Professor Robert McMillen shows you MLA Format in Word Office 365. Modern Language Association is a format style used by many colleges and universities. This shows how to use the OWL directed formatting from Purdue University in Word 2016.
The Purdue OWL can help the students to cite, format the paper, and also take advantage of useful resources of research and writing methods. Please click on the Online OWL image above to find more information about the APA, MLA formatting and Style Guides, In-Text Citations, and Reference list sources. Students can also find the sample papers to get the visual image of the format.
A tutorial on how to set up an MLA format essay (8th edition, 2017) in Microsoft Word 2016. Learn how to make MLA format citations: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ Read the text tutorial: https://simpletechtutorials.blogspot.com/2016/12/word-how-to-set-up-mla-format-2017.html