Look at the titles in bold and choose whether they should be italicized or in quotation marks.
In general, underlining and italics are used interchangeably, so the above rules for italics also apply for underlining.
However, when using the computer or typing, italics should always be used.
Articles and chapters Titles of articles in newspapers or magazines and chapter titles in books should be in quotation marks.
Examples: Did you read the article “Fun with Flesh-eating Bacteria” in the magazine?
When correct, your readers don't notice (it's a thankless job; when incorrect, it's glaringly evident.
So use proper form and thank yourself for doing the right thing.
, which is the style guide newspapers use, has a different set of rules.
If you want to learn those rules, you can find a quick guide here.
The MLA Handbook, 8th Edition was published in April 2016 and adopted by IRSC Libraries in August 2016.
Many databases and citation generators have updated to the 8th edition.