On 26 June, 2018, the editor of the MLA International Bibliography (MLAIB) announced to subscribers that beginning this summer EBSCO would be the single vendor for this resource and the accompanying MLA Directory of Periodicals (MLADP).
MLA has now switched over from ProQuest to EBSCO and the appropriate links on the library’s website have been changed.
MLA International Bibliography with Full Text: https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=ip,uid&custid=s8877782&groupid=main&profile=ehost&defaultdb=mlf
MLA International Bibliography covers literature, language and linguistics, folklore, film, literary theory and criticism, dramatic arts, as well as the historical aspects of printing and publishing. Listings on rhetoric and composition and the history, theory, and practice of teaching language and literature are also included.
In addition to the bibliography, the database includes the MLA Directory of Periodicals, the association’s proprietary thesaurus used to assign descriptors to each record in the bibliography. It also provides a proprietary, searchable directory of noted authors’ names with links to brief descriptive notes.
As usual, the EBSCOhost MLA International Bibliography and Directory of Periodicals databases are cross-searchable with other EBSCOhost databases via the Choose Databases link at the top of the screen.
Research users will need to download any saved searches and documents from their My Research account (ProQuest). Similar options for saving documents and searches are available via a My EBSCOhost account. Additionally, users wishing to retain any alerts will need to set these up in a My EBSCOhost account.
EBSCOhost has made several video tutorials on using the MLA International Bibliography on EBSCO available here: (https://connect.ebsco.com/s/article/MLA-International-Bibliography-on-EBSCOhost-Tutorials?language=en_US ).
Sarah Wingo, MA, MSI, is the Liaison Librarian for English Lit, Theatre, & Romance Languages at Falvey Memorial Library.
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