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Several disciplines and fields of study use MLA style citations and you may be asked to cite in this style for your paper or assignment. Here are some helpful resources.
MLA Style Center
The MLA Style Center is the only authorized Web site on MLA style. A companion to the MLA Handbook, the site provides students and educators with a host of free resources for teaching and learning the MLA’s approach to research, writing, and documentation.
Purdue's Online Writing Lab (OWL)
eBooks and Finding Page Numbers
Use this guide to help you check if page numbers are available in an eBook. Includes "How to Cite With No Page Numbers" in a few common citation styles.