In many writing courses, the required citation style is MLA, which stands for Modern Language Association. While the MLA Handbook is a great resource to have if you plan on doing future research in the Humanities, you can also find useful MLA resources in some of your StraighterLine courses.
In fact, we are happy to present a brand new resource for MLA citation help: the Citation Assistant! This tool includes a variety of sources, both print and online, that you will likely use for your StraighterLine courses. Input the relevant information about your source material, and the Citation Assistant will format the Works Cited entries for you.
So be sure to check out this new resource, and good luck with your research!