The MLA style of referencing uses in-text citations rather than footnotes or endnotes. The citations in-text are very brief, usually just the author's family name and a relevant page number. These citations correspond to the full references in the list of works cited at the end of the document.
Cite Them Right (referencing resource)
- Cite Them Right Online: Login via the top right link and enter your institution name for access ('University of Birmingham' for UoB members; you may be prompted for your own login details). ook for MLA style for individual examples, or search MLA in the search bar (top right)
Externally-produced videos can be found on public platforms, for example from HSLanguageArts on MLA In-text Citations and MLA Works Cited: these may not be accessible in all territories.