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How to Use MLA Handbook Plus

MLA Handbook Plus, from the MLA experts. How to cite, quote or paraphrase just about anything, from poems to tweets.

Share Content from the Books or the Tutorial

All the link in the site are durable link, the only tricky thing is adding the proxy prefix in front of the URL so students can access off campus. ehre's how: 

  • You'll need to grab the URL from your browser address bar and add the proxy prefix directly in front of the bookmark URL with no spaces:  https://comlib.idm.oclc.org/login?url=
  • As an alternative, you can copy any of the live links below which already include the URL plus prefix, as well as some embedded in the Cite MLA Style guide

A link accessible off campus should look like this: https://comlib.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://mlahandbookplus.org/books/book/5/chapter/56249/Margins-and-Text-Formatting

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