Question: What are some major change in MLA Guidelines for Documentation in MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (2009)?
Answer: Here is an example—
First, source must be labeled. Print sources must be labeled as “print.”Example:
Berthoff, Ann. The Making of Meaning: Metaphors and Maxims. Montclair, NJ: Boynton/Cook, 1981. Print.
From the Web: Old Citation:Brooke, Collin Gifford. “Picking Up the Pieces: Is Comp/Rhet a Coherent Discipline?” Slide-Share, 2007, 21 May
2007 http:www.slideshare.net/cgbrooke/picking-up-the-pieces. [Indent second line.]
From the Web: New Citation:Brooke, Collin Gifford. “Picking Up the Pieces: Is Comp/Rhet a Coherent Discipline?” Slide/Share, 2007
Web, 21 May 2007. [Indent second line.]
Comment: What a relief. Copying the URL was a pain. Labeling the source is just common sense. RayS.
Title: “From the Editor.” John Schilb. College English (May 2009), 433-434.