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    • NoodleTools Instructions Create a bibliography or works cited page
    • Access instructions
      • Go to www.hgtc.edu/library
      • Click on the Citation Tools tab
      • Click on NoodleTools
      • Make note of the username and password if you are off-campus
      • Click on Current Users: Sign In
      • Login using your Personal ID or create a free new one
      • Click on Bibliography in the upper part of the screen
    • Start by choosing a style If choosing MLA, select the Advanced version
    • Please note the highlight above
    • Give a name to your list
    • What type of source are you citing? Choose the best match from the drop-down menu then click on Create Citation Answer the questions that are asked on the subsequent pages
    • Cut-and-paste if possible to avoid spelling errors When you arrive at the Create Citation page, begin filling in the form
    • Unsure of what to enter in a certain field? Get help by reading the instructions to the right of each box
    • Help pops up when you click on a blue hyperlink within the instructions!
    • When you’re done, click on Check For Errors
    • If you see any red boxes, read the instructions and make the necessary changes
    • Continue adding sources as you compile your list
    • Get expert help for citing tricky sources
    • When you are finished, click on Print or Save as Word Doc to have your entries formatted and prepared to turn in to your professor
    • Keep multiple works cited or bibliographies for your classes in one spot