This useful and informative workshop video presented by Germanna Community College covers MLA format, MLA in-text citations, and the MLA works cited page! This online workshop covers the most updated version of MLA (8th edition).
Before anything else, always check with your professor regarding his or her requirements for formatting your research paper before submitting your final draft. What is being provided here, is a common format that tends to be used for MLA formatted research papers.
Images' Source: MLA: Formatting a Research Paper
Be sure to place tables and any illustrations close to the text that relates to each of them individually.
This sample from the MLA website illustrates the proper use of Tables in an MLA paper.
To learn more about tables and illustrations be sure to refer to the MLA's Website for formatting papers.
Each Entry in the Works Cited List is composed of facts common to most works - the MLA core elements that are assembled in specific order. This image displays the proper order.
This list provides samples of papers written using the MLA 8th format. If you click on any of the links, they will take you directly to the source with examples.