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Does Your Library Subscribe to the Bibliography?

To determine whether the MLA International Bibliography is available at your academic institution, you should first visit its library’s Web site.

On the library’s home page, look for an area relating to e-Research / Research tools / Find articles / Databases and click on the appropriate hyperlink.

Since your library probably subscribes to many databases, it may provide a list of titles to navigate (arranged alphabetically or by subject). Click on "M" and scroll to MLA, search for "MLA," or click on a subject such as literature or language. If your library subscribes, you will see a link to the MLA International Bibliography.

To access the MLA International Bibliography, you may need to sign in using your library card or institution ID and password. Consult your librarian if you have difficulty locating or logging into our database.

 

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