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The MLA Handbook Plus

by Kelsey Crump on 2022-08-23T13:18:00-04:00 | Comments

We are excited to introduce a fantastic new resource at the Gregg-Graniteville Library -- The MLA Handbook Plus for all your MLA related questions. An amazing benefit of The MLA Handbook Plus is that it is a digital resource. Therefore, it will be continuously updated with the most current MLA information and is accessible 24 hours a day.

Some features included in the MLA Handbook Plus are:

  • Hundreds of visual examples
  • Over 500 sample citations
  • A search function with the ability to filter the results
  • Options to view pages in a split view or standard view
  • Video courses that teach the principles of MLA Documentation style through short videos, quizzes, and even a final assessment

You can locate The MLA Handbook Plus under the list of databases on the library home page  https://library.usca.edu or on our MLA citation guide https://library.usca.edu/citationhelp/mla.  Click here to explore now. To login, use your USCA email address and password.

The MLA Handbook Plus has the option of creating a personal account. While it isn't necessary to sign on to use The MLA Handbook Plus, if you log on with your personal access, you have the benefit of saving your searches. To do this, you would use the "Register" link after clicking on "Sign In" in the upper right-hand side of the webpage.

Remember, if you have any more questions on this or anything else, you can always get help by visiting the Gregg-Graniteville Library in person or any of the other options available through this link https://library.usca.edu/chat.

 


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