An MLA formatting and style guide, this resource is updated to reflect the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (7th ed.) and the MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing (3rd ed.). It offers examples for the general format of MLA research papers, in-text citations, endnotes and footnotes, and the works cited page.
The companion website to Diana Hacker’s book A Writer’s Reference provides writing, grammar, and research practice exercises for students. It also contains model MLA-formatted essays and other helpful writing resources.
This website offers assistance with citations. Using the information collected from the source, the site will format the information according to the MLA format rules.
Son of Citation Machine (Citations)
Citation Machine is an interactive Web tool that assists you in your effort to respect other people's intellectual properties.
Using this online aid for correct grammar and punctuation use, you can take quizzes (without penalty!) to ascertain your level of comfort with subjects such as sentence-level grammar and dangling modifiers. This link also provides exercises for those of us who are "grammatically challenged" to access more information online about grammar and punctuation use.
SPGS Writing Across the Curriculum Rubric
Many instructors use rubrics to communicate their expectations and feedback for assignments. Baker’s writing across the curriculum rubric gives students an idea of what student writing should look like at SPGS.