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MLA Style Manual in Print
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The MLA Style
MLA: Modern Language Association
MLA style for documentation is widely used in the humanities, especially in writing on language and literature.
From the MLA website:
Zotero has two ways to quickly create fully formatted bibliographies with citations in your library.
- Drag-and-drop - simply select items in the center column and drag them into any text field. Citations are formatted in your default output style.
- Right click - highlight one or more references and then right-click to select “Create Bibliography from Selected Item(s)," select a citation style for your bibliography format and create your bibliography in a RTF file, HTML file, save it to your clipboard or print it.
See more on creating bibliographies from Zotero.