MLA style is used in this course to create your bibliography (or work cited list as MLA calls it). The Library has printed helpful guides to using MLA style (one for electronic sources and one for everything else). These are available in the Library or on the Library homepage which also has a sample paper. (Link below.)
The Library has also purchased software, called Noodlebib, which helps you format your bibliography. You must be a current CCC student to use Noodlebib. Access is also from the Library homepage and below.
MLA 8th edition is the new format for documenting sources, replacing MLA 7th Edition. The following tutorial will give you an introduction to the new edition, show you how it differs from the previous edition, and how to use it to give credit to sources in your work.