Oodles of Noodles How to Use Noodle Tools -Briefly-
My research paper focuses upon the use of dogs in crime prevention.  One of my body points is about German Shepherds. I we...
I did a search on the home page and was sent to this page.  I want to quote the first lines and use the pic in my paper.
I open a new browser window and open Noodle Tools.  After logging in, I create a new folder or open an existing one. As th...
Choose general website. Answer these questions.
99.9% of the time, you’ll choose free. However, if you are in Ebsco Host or any other database that you need a password fo...
If you choose free, 99.9% of the time, you’ll have a unique URL. Use the persistent link for Ebsco’s URl.
Enter the info requested. If the source does not have an author, leave it blank. DO NOT ENTER A URL HERE! (ANYTHING THAT S...
Author? There is none; leave Noodles blank. The name of the sponsoring group for my web site is American Kennel Club. The ...
Most recent update is usually found at the bottom of the page.  If the page does not contain one, just leave it blank. Thi...
Unique URL—it must be the exact page upon which you find your information; it must NOT be the home page (unless that’s wer...
If you are using a subscription database, click on the citation link:
Look for the “persistent link to this record”—use this for the URL in your citation.  Only use the “PATH” option if this l...
At the bottom of the page, you’ll find the box in which you will type your annotations. Check for errors. Correct if neces...
This is what your bibliography should look like. Before sending to Word, delete all the sources you DID NOT cite in your p...
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  1. 1. Oodles of Noodles How to Use Noodle Tools -Briefly-
  2. 2. My research paper focuses upon the use of dogs in crime prevention. One of my body points is about German Shepherds. I went to the American Kennel Club site to find out about German Shepherds. This is the AKC Home page.
  3. 3. I did a search on the home page and was sent to this page. I want to quote the first lines and use the pic in my paper.
  4. 4. I open a new browser window and open Noodle Tools. After logging in, I create a new folder or open an existing one. As the source is a website, I need to use the drop down box to find website and click go.
  5. 5. Choose general website. Answer these questions.
  6. 6. 99.9% of the time, you’ll choose free. However, if you are in Ebsco Host or any other database that you need a password for, you’ll need to choose subscription or periodical. If you choose free, 99.9% of the time, you’ll have a unique URL. Use the persistent link for Ebsco’s URl. ProQuest would use a path.
  7. 7. If you choose free, 99.9% of the time, you’ll have a unique URL. Use the persistent link for Ebsco’s URl.
  8. 8. Enter the info requested. If the source does not have an author, leave it blank. DO NOT ENTER A URL HERE! (ANYTHING THAT STARTS WITH A WWW. OR HTTP:, OR ANYTHING THAT ENDS WITH A .ORG, .COM, OR .anything else.
  9. 9. Author? There is none; leave Noodles blank. The name of the sponsoring group for my web site is American Kennel Club. The page title is German Shepherd Dog Breed Standard. American Kennel Club
  10. 10. Most recent update is usually found at the bottom of the page. If the page does not contain one, just leave it blank. This is the first date upon which the researcher viewed the source. See next pages for Unique URL explanation.
  11. 11. Unique URL—it must be the exact page upon which you find your information; it must NOT be the home page (unless that’s were the information is found).
  12. 12. If you are using a subscription database, click on the citation link:
  13. 13. Look for the “persistent link to this record”—use this for the URL in your citation. Only use the “PATH” option if this link doesn’t exist.
  14. 14. At the bottom of the page, you’ll find the box in which you will type your annotations. Check for errors. Correct if necessary. Generate Citation.
  15. 15. This is what your bibliography should look like. Before sending to Word, delete all the sources you DID NOT cite in your paper. Click here to send this to Word. Follow the instructions. Format the Word doc to match your paper. Run spell check! Run this report and turn it in.

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