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Noodle Bib Instructions Summer 2012


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Noodle Bib Instructions Summer 2012

  1. 1. NoodleBib InstructionsCreating citations in MLA, APA, or Chicago style
  2. 2. Access instructionsGo to• Click on the Citations tab• Click on NoodleBib Full Version (if you only need to cite one or two sources, you may want to consider NoodleBib Express)• Make note of the username and password if you are off- campus• Login using your Personal ID and password if you are a returning user, or create a free new one• Click on Create a New Project
  3. 3. Choose a style …but if you mess up, you can change styles later! Name your project
  4. 4. If you wish, you can describeyour research assignment on the Dashboard screen.
  5. 5. Another optional feature is the To Do List that helps you stay organized
  6. 6. Click on Works Cited to begin citing your sources Not only can you cite your sources,you can make notecards, outlines, and even open a paper in Google Docs
  7. 7. Bibliography Screen
  8. 8. Choose the best match for yoursource from the drop-down menu
  9. 9. If possible, copy-and-pastefrom your sources to avoid spelling errors
  10. 10. Correct errors on the fly!
  11. 11. Watch the citation “build” as you typePartWhole
  12. 12. If you are citing a book, search WorldCat’s library catalog for your item for faster citingIdentify your book
  13. 13. If you find your book in WorldCat, review and edit the elements(We’ve done some checking already!)
  14. 14. Each cited source is saved to your list If you have more sources, no problem,simply follow the previous instructions again
  15. 15. No more “refinding” problems! Save (and mark up) your own copy of a Web source.
  16. 16. See how to make your in-text reference for MLA or APA style
  17. 17. …or the full and and Or a footnote shortenedshortened footnote forfootnote for Chicago style Chicago style
  18. 18. Get help when you need it!
  19. 19. Analyze your list (optional)
  20. 20. Format and export your bibliography to a wordprocessor (or Google Docs)