One way TISA learners demonstrate academic integrity is by giving credit to other creators when we use their work. We do this through clear and consistent referencing.
TISA has elected to use the Modern Language Association (MLA) style due to its flexibility and focus on creating reader-friendly works. This page collects resources that support TISA learners in our effort to acknowledge the work of others when we create our own authentic work.

Introduction to Citations at TISA


NoodleTools Tutorials

NoodleTools is a research organizational tool to support note-taking and citations. See a member of the library staff for access to your individual account.
These video tutorials guide users through the basics of building a works cited list and creating in-text citations in NoodleTools. They cover common sources such as websites, digital images, online videos, and print books.

The MLA Style Center

Purdue OWL

TISA uses the MLA style for all citations. The Style Center has information about the core elements and examples.
Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL) is an excellent resource for MLA style formatting.

Example Works Cited Page
With Comments

Example Works Cited Page
Without Comments

This is an example MLA Works Cited page with comments highlighting some common source formats.
This is the same example MLA Works Cited page
without any comments.

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