MLA Handbook: Print is No Longer the Default Medium

MLA Handbook: Print is No Longer the Default Medium
Dan Gould
  • 14 april 2009

Print  is no longer the default medium according to the latest edition  of the Modern Language Association’s handbook for academic citation.  The MLA’s style bible for research paper writers has incorporated many changes that point to the ongoing cultural shift away from the printed word.

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