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Son of Citation Machine

Son of Citation Machine Use this handy interactive tool to help create MLA-style citations of resources. Choose your resource, then fill in the blanks and click Make Citations. Copy the result into your research paper's bibliography or citation section. From ed-tech expert David Warlick's
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Son of Citation Machine


Use this handy interactive tool to help create MLA-style citations of resources. Choose your resource, then fill in the blanks and click Make Citations. Copy the result into your research paper's bibliography or citation section. From ed-tech expert David Warlick's excellent site, this is an invaluable time-saver for students and even for teachers doing scholarly papers.

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• High School Middle School

Monica Williams-Mitchel

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