From Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL)
From Diana Hacker and Barbara Fister's Research and Documentation Online
The links below are to the Library's 2-page guides to MLA Style for creating the Works Cited page. These guides are also available in print at the Library.
This presentation gives a very good overview of the Works Cited page. It does not address in-text citations.
The GCC Library has 5 copies of this book available for checkout, as well as 2 copies in Reference (cannot be checked out--always available for use in the library). There are also 2 copies in the Garfield Library collection in the Developmental Skills Lab.
Citing from an e-book reader, such as a Kindle, requires a somewhat different citation than other e-books. Also, articles from a database like Opposing Viewpoints, which contains articles reprinted from various types of sources, requires a different citation format. The links below are guides to these specialized types of citations.
This screencast does not contain sound, but it does have an useful interactive component at the end of the screencast that you will find helpful. So be sure to complete the interactive component.