By pass some of the work of citing your sources, by using a citation manager. PU Libraries supports the citation manager Endnote Basic (FREE) and Endnote Desktop (available though ITap) and to lesser degree, Zotero and Mendelay. I have created a guide and tutorials that gives detailed explanations on how to set up and effectively used Endnote Basic.
Did you notice the Cite tool in the Libraries' databases?
This tool that will suggest how to cite an article in MLA format. These suggested citations are good starting points, but you should always double-check them against the OWL guide.
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EndNote Basic helps you to organize your research material, including journal articles, into your own online mini database. It is FREE and is a companion product of the desktop EndNote.
EndNote Basic Features
Still confused about citations? Don't hesitate to ask a librarian.