MLA and APA Formatting & Style Guide This online resource has all the information you need to write a paper in MLA format. Search the site to find out how to set up your paper, site your research and more! The "OWL" has it all! http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/
MLA Formatting Guide in a Powerpoint format adapted from the Owl at Purdue Online Writing Lab (originated from Barrington High School, RI):
Literary Devices This is a great source that not only defines the literary device, but also gives a detailed example of its usage. http://literary-devices.com/
TO ACCESS ONLINE DATABASES FOR YOUR RESEARCH - IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A LIBRARY CARD, PLEASE DO THE FOLLOWING:
GO TO: http://londonderrynh.org/Pages/LondonderryNH_Library/refdata CHOOSE: EBSCOHOST USER ID: leach PASSWORD: 03053 Then, choose Student Research Center and start your research!
Reminders: 1. Email your articles to yourself; be sure to check the MLA format box to the right, and your citation will be sent to you already formatted. You can use this citation in your Works Cited! 2. Write one source per source card; use index card to take notes, as well.