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Works Cited Help
Use NoodleTools to create your works cited. Enter the information about your source and NoodleBib will correctly format it in MLA style. Getting to NoodleTools couldn't be easier. Just follow these directions:
- Login to you Bentley School gmail account. Make sure you are looking at your mail (not google drive).
- Click on the "waffle" in the upper right side of the screen
- Scroll down the menu or click "more" until you see the NoodleTools icon
- Click on the icon - it takes you directly to NoodleTools.
- If this is your first time in this year, click "Create a New Account" and follow the directions on screen
Once you have your account:
- 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. “Chemistry Project” or "Manhattan Project"
- On the next screen look for a box on the left side named “Components” and click on “Works Cited.”
- On the MLA Works Cited page select a "citation type” from the box on the top left (hint: if you are doing a Gale reference source use reference source then click database on the top bar) You can either click Copy and Paste is you already have the citation in MLA format, or you can fill in as many of the boxes as you can.
- Click SUBMIT
- To Add another citation you would again select a "citation type" from the box on the top left. This is a working bibliography and you may add more citations to it in the future.
- YOU MUST SHARE your NoodleTools works cited in order to receive credit!! Clibk “Share” on the "dashboard" of the project main page then choose your teacher's last name as the dropbox.
- Your “works cited” will be saved on the NoodleBib site for 1 year
QUESTIONS? -- Ask Ms. Bogas
Use your NoodleBib Works Cited to see exactly how to format each parenthetical citation within your text.
As a general rule the first "element" of your citation goes into the parenthesis. See the following examples:
1. Works cited entry: Danhof, Clarence H. Change in Agriculture: The Northern United States, 1820-1870. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1969.
Parenthetical reference: (Danhof 5).
2. Works cited entry: Morrill Land Grant Act of 1862. Prairie View A&M. 2003. Web. 6 Dec. 2008
Parenthetical reference: (Morrill Land Grant).