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MLA 9th Edition Citations Guide - Maple Woods

Welcome! Nervous about MLA citations? This is the place for you! Information about in-text citations, bibliography format, and general rules of practice for citations in academia!


Images should appear directly embedded in the document. There are three types of images that are commonly used: tables, figures and examples. 


Works Cited: If you provide a Source Information Note along with your image, you do not need to provide this information on the Works Cited page.

In-text citation: note which image you are referring to (see fig. 1). Also label near the illustration itself (Fig. 1).



Example: The Maple Woods Library is located within the Learning Center (see Fig. 1). 

(Fig. 1)

"Campus Map." Metropolitan Community College, 2022,; Fig. 1.