The Taft School Library

How to Cite a Web Site
Using NoodleTools

http://www...
Here’s a web site on
the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692
Study the page to learn more about the site.
In this case, the site is actually part of a larger Web Project,
so follow th...
The Salem Witchcraft Trials is part of
the Famous Trials web project
Here’s the
Author / Editor

Here’s the sponsoring organization
or Publisher
The web page was most recently updated in Sept 2009
Choose Web Site from the
pull-down list of source types
and
Create Citation
You may view the tutorial defining
a Web Site and how to evaluate and cite it.
Look at SourceCheck too.
When you’re ready ...
Template for citing a Web Site
You can change the specific type of item on a web
site you’re citing using the pull-down menu
Complete as many of the following as you can
for the Web Site:
1
2
3
4
5

1

2
3
4
5

URL of the specific page you used
Na...
Complete the following for the specific Web Page:
1 Contributors (Author, Editor, Translator)
2 Title of the specific page...
And Submit
Your bibliography
with your new citation for the Web Site
It includes a link to the live Web Page
Click here to open a new window with footnotes.
Provides the format for
the first footnote and
subsequent footnotes.
Also explains more about footnotes
including the use ...
Copy and Paste footnotes
into your paper
Edit, Copy or Delete this citation
Print or Email your bibliography
Questions?
Ask us or go to Help
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NoodleTools How to Cite Web Sites 2012

  1. 1. The Taft School Library How to Cite a Web Site Using NoodleTools http://www...
  2. 2. Here’s a web site on the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692
  3. 3. Study the page to learn more about the site. In this case, the site is actually part of a larger Web Project, so follow the link to the homepage, Famous Trials
  4. 4. The Salem Witchcraft Trials is part of the Famous Trials web project
  5. 5. Here’s the Author / Editor Here’s the sponsoring organization or Publisher
  6. 6. The web page was most recently updated in Sept 2009
  7. 7. Choose Web Site from the pull-down list of source types and Create Citation
  8. 8. You may view the tutorial defining a Web Site and how to evaluate and cite it. Look at SourceCheck too. When you’re ready to move on to the form, choose Continue. (You can ask a Librarian if you’re not sure. Don’t worry, NoodleTools will let you change it later if you need to)
  9. 9. Template for citing a Web Site
  10. 10. You can change the specific type of item on a web site you’re citing using the pull-down menu
  11. 11. Complete as many of the following as you can for the Web Site: 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 URL of the specific page you used Name of the Web Site Publisher of the Web Site Date of e-publication or most recent update Your most recent date of access
  12. 12. Complete the following for the specific Web Page: 1 Contributors (Author, Editor, Translator) 2 Title of the specific page you used from the site 1 2
  13. 13. And Submit
  14. 14. Your bibliography with your new citation for the Web Site
  15. 15. It includes a link to the live Web Page
  16. 16. Click here to open a new window with footnotes.
  17. 17. Provides the format for the first footnote and subsequent footnotes. Also explains more about footnotes including the use of “Ibid.”
  18. 18. Copy and Paste footnotes into your paper
  19. 19. Edit, Copy or Delete this citation
  20. 20. Print or Email your bibliography
  21. 21. Questions? Ask us or go to Help

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