Creating an MLA paper with citations and a bibliography

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Outline, MLA, format, citation, bibliography—there’s a lot to know when you write a research paper. Watch these videos to get tips and templates to organize and format papers fast.

Inside this course:

Using an MLA template (4:10)
Formatting papers in the MLA or APA style is tricky. Downloading a free template does some of the heavy lifting, automating some formatting.

Outlining and converting to text (3:09)
Using an outline can organize your paper, and you can do it automatically in the MLA style.

Inserting citations (2:30)
Creating citations and formatting quotes with these built in tools have several benefits, including…

Creating “Works Cited,” or bibliographies (2:59)
How the bibliography is built automcatlly if you use citations. No need to learn MLA formatting, since the template does the work.

Updating sources (0:45)
Managing or changing your sources once you’ve inputted them once.

Course summary
A brief reminder of the key points in this course.

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Applies To: Word 2013

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