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ENGL 3933: Shakespeare: Citing Sources

This guide will cover the OSU Library resources to help you in English 3933 taught by Dr. Andrew Wadoski.

Citing Sources

For research papers on literature or humanities topics in general, the preferred bibliographic citation style is the Modern Language Association (MLA) Style, 7th Ed.  Some professors could ask you to use the Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition), or Turabian Style which is based on Chicago.

Citation Manuals—Print

Below are the locations of the print editions of the citation manuals for consultation in General Reference, 1st floor:

Bibliographic Management Software & Online Style Guides

The OSU Library provides EndNote bibliographic management software free of charge to all OSU students, faculty, and staff.  This software helps you format citations in MLA Style and over 200 other bibliographic styles, and works with Microsoft Word to help you create your Works Cited/bibliography pages. Use the link below to learn about EndNote, download the software and accompanying connection files, and to find out about training opportunities on how to use EndNote:

These are some guides on the Web  to MLA and other citation styles.  They can be used help formulate citations, but consult the print style books listed above if you have questions.

  • MLA Handbook Companion Site (MLA) NOTE: To use this site, you much purchase a copy of the 7th Ed. of the MLA Handbook and register an account.