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NoodleTools -- Use NoodleTools to create your works cited page (aka "bibliography"). Enter the information about your source and NoodleTools will correctly format it in MLA or Chicago style. OR, if available, copy and paste the MLA citation from the online database source directly into NoodleTools.
TO GET STARTED
From your school gmail account, click the "waffle" grid in the upper right corner for Google Apps. Go to "more" to find the special "Noodletools" icon. This will get you in automatically once you create a Noodletools account.
TO CREATE A NOODLETOOLS ACCOUNT
- The first time you use NoodleTools you will have to create a new account by doing the following:
- Click “Create a Personal I.D.” then choose "An account linked to a school/library subscription."
- Enter a Personal I.D. (of your choosing) and Personal Password then click "create."
- Choose the school location (Bentley School Lafayette campus)
- Enter your initials and the last 4 digits of your phone number
HOW TO CREATE CITATIONS AND A WORKS CITED
- Click “Create a New Project” in green on the right
- Choose "MLA" for the citation style and "Advanced" for the level.
- Enter the title of your project, e.g. “Cuba.”
- Click the “Sources” button at the top middle of the screen
On the next screen click the “+ create new citation” button (green) in the upper left.
In the “Where is it?” pop-up menu make the appropriate choice for your item
In the “What is it?” pop-up menu again make the appropriate choice
Add the information for your source
- To Add another citation you would again select the "+ create a new citation" button from the box on the top left. This is a working bibliography and you may add more citations to it in the future.
Your “works cited” will be saved on the NoodleTools site for 1 year
QUESTIONS? -- Ask Ms. Bogas