[aisle] MLA citation expert?

Jill Bennin benninj at sherrard.us
Mon Sep 14 20:23:31 CDT 2020

I have found when I have really sticky MLA questions, that the MLA style
website is really good - they have a series of FAQs, which is how I figured
out how to cite a PDF for a student, and you can submit questions to them
as well.  They have covered a lot of topics.  I usually go to OWL Purdue
first as well, but this is where I go with tricky questions.

On Mon, Sep 14, 2020 at 4:25 PM Lala Lala via AISLE <
aisle at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:

> Hello,
> Does anyone know how to find an expert on MLA citations? I have a
> difficult source to cite (a digitized primary source from the League of
> Nations from 1919) and OWL Purdue does not accept citation questions via
> email any longer. This is the source
> <https://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:FHCL:2041377>:
> We use NoodleTools to help students cite but it does not go into
> international publications.
> I do have the MLA style book at work (I'm at home) so I will consult it
> tomorrow, but wondering if there are any experts out there? If there are,
> how did you become an expert?!
> Thank you for any advice!
> Lori
> --
> Lori McGreal
> Trinity High School librarian
> lmcgreal at trinityhs.org
> 1-708-453-9340
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Jill Bennin
Library Media Specialist - Sherrard CUSD #200
email: benninj at sherrard.us
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