Online and In-Person Help

Online Help

If you need help with formatting your citations online, you can view, print or download citation handouts created by DCCC librarians that give examples of how to format specific kinds of sources in MLA.  See the links to the handouts at the bottom of this page.

If these handouts do not answer your question about formatting, go to either the Online Writing Lab (also known as the Purdue Owl) or go to the MLA Style Center

For Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) go to our Learning Commons Help Site

To email a question to one of our DCCC Librarians online, click HERE

In-Person Help

If you need to talk with a librarian about MLA citations while on campus, stop by the Information Desk in the Learning Commons and speak with a reference librarian.  The hours for the information desk are

To contact individual DCCC librarians via chat or email go to our Contact a Librarian page.

To chat with a librarian go to the ASK US  link on the Library Services page.   When the library is closed, go to the ASK HERE PA link to chat live with a (non-DCCC) librarian 24/7.  The ASK HERE links are located at the top and bottom of Library website pages.