A free, five-unit, 90-minute, asynchronous online course
- Instructor’s Guide for Understanding the MLA International Bibliography: An Online Course
- Direct link to the course site
- After taking Understanding the MLA International Bibliography: An Online Course, students may take 20-minute Subject Area course modules on searching in one or more of the following subjects:
- Film, Television, and Radio
- Rhetoric and Composition
- This short video provides a quick overview of the teaching resources available from the MLA International Bibliography
- Watch and share video tutorials about the MLA International Bibliography
- “Preparing Community College Students with Research Skills for a Lifetime.” In this webinar, recorded April 9, 2020, Angela Ecklund (MLA) shares an overview of the MLA’s free online teaching tools, Farrah Lehman Den (MLA) demonstrates a project-based assignment that can be done completely online, and Leah Richards (LaGuardia Community College, CUNY) explains how she uses the MLA Bibliography and its teaching tools to help the students in her English 101 class develop essential research skills.
- “Using the MLA International Bibliography to Guide the Research Process.” In this webinar, recorded in April of 2019, Angela Ecklund and Farrah Lehman Den (MLA) share an overview of the free online teaching tools, and Claire Buck (Professor of English at Wheaton College) describes how she integrates the MLAIB into the curriculum to engage students in the research process.
Online-adaptable assignments that build on the skills learned in the MLAIB’s online course:
Lesson plans utilizing the MLAIB that are easily adapted to an online environment: