There are three ways to get help in the library:
Come see us! Visit the second floor reference desk at the Elsner or Red Mountain libraries during business hours and speak with a reference librarian.
Call us! Call the Elsner library reference desk at 480-461-7682 or the Red Mountain library reference desk at 480-654-7740 and speak with a librarian during business hours.
Chat with us! The Ask A Librarian chat service is available 24/7, 365 days a years. Ask A Librarian is a free service providing real-time chat with a librarian to help with any of your research needs.
Examples are taken directly from either Purdue's Online Writing Lab (OWL) or from the MLA Handbook, 9th edition. Please be advised that your instructor and the MLA Handbook are the final authority on formatting, mechanics and citing references. This guide provides basic information only. Please refer to the MLA Handbook (9th ed.) for detailed information.
Below are the core elements or containers common to all sources in the MLA model: