Is MLA Scary? “Teaching MLA Style: Why It’s Not as Scary as it Sounds”

The Georgia State Writing Studio invites undergraduate and graduate students to attend their next workshop, “Teaching MLA Style: Why It’s Not as Scary as it Sounds,” Tuesday, October 25th from 10-11am in the Troy Moore Library. The workshop will be run by Katy Huie Harrison, a GTA at Georgia State University and PhD. candidate. This workshop will focus on the difficulties of teaching and learning MLA Style.

Did you know that many Georgia State University Library databases such as GIL-Find and Academic Search Complete provide citations in MLA (Modern Language Association) and other academic formats? The Research Support Desk also has print copies of the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers for students to browse. If you don’t have time to come to the library, check out the OWL Purdue Online Writing site and the Georgia State University Library Citation Styles research guide.

Here’s a recap of the workshop information: “Teaching MLA Style: Why It’s Not as Scary as it Sounds,” workshop run by Katy Huie Harrison, Tuesday October 25th, 10-11am, Troy Moore Library, 9th floor General Classroom Building.

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