Noodle Tools For Students CitingPresentation Transcript
NoodleBib Works Citing Tool JoanTracy
What is NoodleBib?
Create, organize and store your research
Create a works cited list
Take notes online
Organize your notes
New User Registration …
At the Register or Sign In screen
Click on create a personal ID
New User Registration …
Enter carondelet as school name
cougars as school password
Follow directions to create your personal id and password. Record these in your planner.
When you use NoodleBib after that, login only with your personal ID and password
First task is creating a new list. Click to create Once you have created lists, you click to open specific one.
MLA Advanced is the CHS style. Select it.
Name your list
What’s your source ? Recording in proper MLA form your sources is the first task of citing. Choose the best match from the drop-down menu
Cut-and-paste to avoid spelling errors Fill in the form with information from your source Be sure to click add after filling in author information
Each field has helpful information on right
Help pops up!
When you’re done, check for errors…
… and make changes
Add to your work list
Get expert help for tricky sources
Exporting and printing your works cited page… When you are finished Click on Save as Word Doc
Exporting and printing your works cited page… Click on export and print. This screen pops up. Click ok to open as Word document Noodletools will do the alphabetizing and formatting for you.
What is MLA-style parenthetical reference?
Creating and inserting
MLA Parenthetical References in your essay is the second task of citing.
A parenthetical reference is a reference within the body of your paper to one of the sources listed in your Works Cited list. It indicates to your reader exactly what you derived from the source, and specifically where they can find it. You need to write a parenthetical, or "in-text" reference, whether you quote the material directly from the source, paraphrase it in your own words, or refer to an idea from the material.
What typically goes in an MLA-style parenthetical reference?
For printed material, you normally only need to include the author(s) (or title if there is no author) and page number(s) in your reference.
For Internet sources, there are generally no page numbers for you to include
The parentheses are usually placed at the end of a sentence, between the last word and the period. If you are quoting material directly, the parentheses should go between the closing quotation mark and the period.
...the end of your sentence (Tracy).
You can get help with MLA Parenthetical References
on Noodletools, too
Click here and this screen pops up
Keep all your lists!
NoodleBib Start your source list! Questions? Ask Mrs. Tracy or Ms. Koski