The Modern Language Association has published the 7th edition of the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. This latest edition contains significant changes to MLA documentation style including a requirement to indicate the medium of all sources (i.e., Web, Print, etc.), a switch to italicizing instead of underlining book and journal titles, and simplified citing of web resources.
Gilbertson, Amanda. "Being New Zealanders Now : Intricacies of Identity in a Multicultural New Zealand." Journal of New Zealand Studies; 6/7 (2007): 37-58. Print.
Grijelmo, Alex. La Gramatica Descomplicada. Madrid: Taurus, 2006. Print.
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The General Library has two borrowable copies of the 7th edition: (808.82 M689m 2009 ) and two Reference copies (Arts Reference 808.82 M689m 2009), as well as one copy in the KEIC Short Loan (808.82 M689m 2009).
Those who purchase their own copies of the 7th edition of The MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers also get access to an online version of the guide. The Library has access to an online version, you need to be signed on with your UPI, then use this link.
The Library website and the University's Quickcite will be updated in due course.