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Yay, MLA format generator! With technology on our side, we can now have programs to do the work for us. Programs can perform very precise works and save us a lot of time.

There are currently many MLA auto generator programs available for you to use for free. These programs allow you to quickly and effortlessly create your works cited list compatible with MLA, APA and many other styles.

Here is a list of my favorite MLA format generators.

Tool Name:Description:
CitationBuilderThis very clean and easy to use citation builder by North Carolina State University.
Supports MLA and APA formats.
CitationMakerThis citation maker, created by the Oregon Public Education Network, is very easy to use and can cite nearly all sources you may encounter.
Supports MLA style.
CitationMachineThis free online tool was created in 2000 and has served millions of students and teachers.
Supports: MLA, APA, Chicago and Turabian.
KnightCiteThis fantastic, free citation generator was created by Calvin College in MI.
Supports: MLA, APA and Chicago styles.
EasyBibFree automatic bibliography and citation maker for MLA format. If you need to generate for APA or Chicago citation styles then it will cost money.


How did these citation machines do for you? Did you find them useful? Do you know a good, free generator that is not listed here? Please share with us through the comment form below.

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  • Jeffery May 30, 2019, 11:37 am

    Hi, Y’all! I’m Jeffery and these websites work quite well! Thanks, For the help!

  • Wade February 19, 2018, 5:17 pm

    Thank you for the assist. It was very helpful

  • Mr.Nope November 17, 2014, 3:20 am

    These websites are very good, thanks.

  • Char January 14, 2014, 12:03 pm

    Have been having trouble with lately. Using with my students with better results.

  • Ryan Mackey July 14, 2012, 10:29 am

    These are excellent resources. I appreciate how they lay out each area of the specific paper topics; works cited page, table of contents, etc.

    Here are two other resources… favorite….Noodle, which really is a free resource to help you cite MLA content and then a resource our Professor shared Purdue Owl.

  • A student April 6, 2012, 9:21 pm

    Nice. Thank you so much! You really helped me out! Out of all of them, I like KnightCite the most. I haven’t lost any marks for incorrectly citing sources since I started using it. 🙂

  • Rasha Abulhaj February 16, 2012, 10:07 pm


    • Khalifa March 5, 2012, 10:06 am

      I use easybib. It is really nice. Just keep in mind that most schools don’t let you use Wiki as a source.

  • Abbe February 10, 2012, 9:41 pm

    Is there a way to plug in the information and it creates the report?

    • Stephen February 10, 2012, 9:52 pm

      Hi Abbe,

      Those free generators above will do just that, have you tried them yet?

  • Laura September 30, 2011, 1:45 pm

    Thank you, Steve. These are useful.

    • Stephen September 30, 2011, 2:18 pm

      Hello Laura. Thanks!

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