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How to create a Chicago-Turabian style citation for a book using NoodleTools.

How to create a Chicago-Turabian style citation for a book using NoodleTools.

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    NoodleTools How to Cite a Book 2013 NoodleTools How to Cite a Book 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • The Taft School LibraryHow to Cite a Bookusing NoodleTools 3/28/13
    • Tip: Look up the book in RhinoCat! It’s easy to find information you need for your citation Author TitleImprint = Place of Publication : Publisher, Year of Publication
    • Choose Book from the list of citition types
    • Click Continue.
    • NoodleTools defaults to Print
    • If your book isn’t in print format, select the appropriate tab.For instance, if you found the book on Google Books, choose Web Site
    • If you found your book in one of our subscription Databases, choose Database
    • Is your book on your iPad, Kindle or Nook? Choose eBook File
    • Fill in the relevant fields for your book.
    • Click Submit
    • Your bibliography with your new Book citation
    • Edit, Copy or Delete your citation
    • Click on Footnote Format for the pop-up window showing the format for your first footnote and subsequent notes.
    • Customize the example with the page number of your quotation or paraphraseand NoodleTools will autofill the footnotes above.
    • Copy and Paste footnotes into your paper
    • Your ready-to-print bibliography Tip: SAVE it to your Documents folder
    • Questions?Ask us or go to Help