Noodle Tools Citing Sources from Gale Literature Resource Center :A SECTION/CHAPTER of a book reprinted in another BOOK now available ONLINE
How do you know if your source a Journal or Book? ~Scan the “Source” section for dates:A journal has a season and issue number.A book has a year for the date, as well as Publication details,such as the city and publisher.
Our example is a chapter of a book. -It was in a book originally -Then it was printed in another book -It is now available online Title of chapter Original Book The reprint book1. We can tell it was a reprint because we have both publication and source information.2. We can tell they are both books because they both include publication information with city, publisher and year.
Additionally, if you scroll to the bottom of the article, you willsee the citation. The notation “Rpt.” indicates this was reprinted. Oftentimes, the bottom citation will make the source information clearer than the top information.
Since the original publication format is book, begin your citation with “Book.”
Here is where you tell NoodleTools that your bookhas been reprinted. Select “Reprint or excerpt ofmaterial from one book in another book.”
Now we’re at the entry screen. It is Noodle Tools a simple 3 step process. Step 1: Enter in Original book information Author of Book Title of Book Our sourcePublication information of original book
Step 2: Information about the chapter of section of the original book . Choose “basic section” if it’s a chapter or article. If it’s an introduction /forward, etc. choose here. Page #’sTitle of Chapter or Section
Step 3: Additional information about original book. You may not have anything for this section.Look at the Publication Details. We entered all of our information in Step 1. But if you have Volume,Edition, illustrator, etc. it goes here.
Almost done. Step 4: Information about the reprint.Title of collection (reprint book) Editor Publisher, city, year.
Step 5: Enter in Database information The Database is: Literature Resource CenterThe wizard will automatically enter in your date of access. MLAno longer requires a URL. It’s unnecessary to use one if yoursource is a Database. (double check with your teacher)
You’re almost finished!Click on “Check for Errors” to allow the wizard to double checkyour information. If you’re not sure about its suggestions, checkwith your teacher or Mrs. Hill.Then click “Generate Citation” and here is your finished citation. ~Created by Pamela Hill 2012