Creating an annotated bibliography in MLA 8 Style
Resources for English Composition II
MLA 8 Quick Guide
Recommended Web sites:
Search Google for the author's name, followed by the word "Society".
Example: Edgar Allan Poe Society
Writing Literature Essays:
Writing about Literature
Suggestions for Writing Literature Papers
History of Literature & Literary Criticism
Internet Public Library: Literary Criticism, site is no longer being updated but contains helpful information.
Voice of the Shuttle
Bartleby.com: Great Books Online
Children's Literature Web Guide
Literature Resource Center, Academic Search Elite, MasterFILE Premier
Usage tips for LRC http://assets.cengage.com/training/SearchTips/LitRC/LRC_Search_Tips.pdf
YouTube Video Literature Resource Center Basic Searching
Easy Bib Use the CCBC Coupon code BeavePA 120 and register with these directions for EasyBib for expanded services from bib analysis to saved projects. http://www.easybib.com/
In April 2016, an 8th edition of MLA was released. For a preview of the changes, check out: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/22/ Be sure to check the expectations of your professor on the version required for your current course.
Hand-outs are being adapted for the 8th edition; the following are in accordance with the 7th MLA version.
CCBC Library's MLA Style 2009 Update (concise)
CCBC Library's MLA Style guide: Electronic resources
CCBC Library's MLA Style guide: Print resources