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How To Cite A Gale Opposing Viewpoints Essay in NoodleTools, MLA Advanced

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Instructions for students at Creekview High School on how to cite a GALE Opposing Viewpoints essay in NoodleTools, MLA Advanced.

Instructions for students at Creekview High School on how to cite a GALE Opposing Viewpoints essay in NoodleTools, MLA Advanced.

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  • 1. Buffy Hamilton, Media Specialist Creekview High School April 2009
  • 2. Title of the viewpoint essay or “book chapter” (section of the book) Author of the book section, not the entire book! Title of the book Book editor (hint: “ed.” indicates editor when next to someone’s name City of publication Publisher Year of publication/ copyright year
  • 3.
    • Open NoodleTools
    • Create a list of if you have not done so—the list style must be MLA Advanced .
    • If you already have created a list, open it.
  • 4.
    • Choose book from the dropdown menu
    • Click “create citation”
  • 5.
    • Simply click “next” at this following screen.
  • 6.
    • Choose “online” for the book.
    • Click “next” to advance to the next screen.
  • 7.
    • Choose “a special section of the book” for the content
    • Choose subscription for the retrieval option.
    • Click “next” to advance to the next screen.
  • 8.
    • Type in Opposing Viewpoints for the name of the database.
    • Click next .
  • 9.
    • Choose the first option .
    • Click next .
  • 10.
    • Do not change anything.
    • Click next .
  • 11. Leave the author box blank. Enter the title of the book [see Slide 2] Enter the city of publication[see Slide 2] Enter the publisher name[see Slide 2] Enter the most recent copyright day[see Slide 2]
  • 12. Leave the “type of selection” at basic section. Enter the author of the viewpoint essay; be sure to click “add”. [see Slide 2] Enter the name of the viewpoint essay—that is your title of the section [see Slide 2] Enter the name of the editor[see Slide 2]. Be sure to click “add.”
  • 13.
    • Type in Creekview High School in the box “name & city/state of library that provides service.
    • Select check for errors to see if there are any MLA style corrections.
    • Select generate citation to finalize the entry.
  • 14.
    • Here is how your final entry will look!