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Library Research Presentations
MLA Citation Examples
- Times New Roman
- 12 point
- All black
- Double space entire document (including Works Cited page)
- Do not justify right-side of text
- Leave one space after period and other punctuation makrs unless teachers instructs otherwise
- 1 inch margins on all sides (top, bottom, right and left)
Heading and Title:
- No title page needed
- Header should begin one inch from top of first page and flush with the left side. Type your name, instructor's name, course name, and date on separate lines. Double space all lines.
- On a new double spaced line, center the title.
- Do not italicize or underline the title
Running Head with Page Numbers:
- Number all pages consecutively throughout the entire research paper
- Page number should be placed in right hand corner, 1/2 inch from the top and flush with right side margin
- Type your last name, followed by a space and the page number (ex: Doe 3)
- Some teacher's prefer that no running head appear on the first page. Follow your teacher's instructions.
- First word found in the works cited list (usually author's last name)
- Location (usually the page number or paragraph number)
"Formatting a Research Paper." The MLA Style Center, 8th ed., Modern Language