Formatting in the 9th Edition
The MLA Handbook 9th edition continues with the "core elements" introduced in the 8th edition. These elements make it easier to create citation entries for various types of sources. To create a citation, no matter the type of source, list each element that is relevant to your source as shown in the template.
The standard format for an MLA citation includes the following core elements in this given order:
Omit any missing elements data
Apply a hanging indent for citations that require multiple lines of text as shown in the examples below.
The remaining pages of this LibGuide provide examples of citations with respect to type of publication. Find the MLA Practice Template here.