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The Taft School Library
How to Cite a Primary Source
Found on a Website
http://www...
Revised 10/2017
The title of our primary source document is
Warrant for the Arrest of Elizabeth Proctor and Sarah Cloyce
You’ll need the full URL for your citation
And the author(s) and the date of your document, if given
It comes from this website
about the Salem witch trials of 1692
Study the page to learn more about the site.
The page title and the URL both tell us this
page actually part of a larger w...
Here’s the homepage with the site title
and the Author / Editor
The Salem Witchcraft Trials (1692) is part of
the Famous Trials web project
Click on
Choose Website
Is your source a newspaper article,
a speech or a letter, for instance?
Choose it.
If you’re not sure, just choose Web Page
Template for citing a Web Page on a Website
There’s also a drop-down menu with some specific source types.
Use Web Page for any type not listed.
Provide the following
1 URL of the specific page you used
2 Date of webpage publication, if given
3 Your most recent date ...
Provide this information about the website
6 Name of the website/web project
7 Publisher of the website/web project
6
7
Cl...
Your Bibliography with the new citation for a
Primary Source found on a Web Site
To mark your source as a Primary Source
Click on Add tag
Choose Primary source
The source is now marked as a Primary Source
You can edit, copy or delete the citation
You can create and edit an annotation
Click on Footnote Format for the pop-up window
showing the format for your first footnote
and subsequent notes.
Footnote Format shows the format for your
first footnote for your source
and format for subsequent notes for that source.
Copy and Paste
footnotes into your paper
Export your bibliography to Google Docs
Your NoodleTools bibliography
In Google Docs
Questions?
Ask us or go to Help
You’ll find it in the drop-down menu
Under My account
A great resource!
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NoodleTools: How to Cite a Primary Source found on a Website using NoodleTools 2017

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This has step-by-step directions for creating a NoodleTools citation for a primary source document found online, using Chicago-Turabian style.

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NoodleTools: How to Cite a Primary Source found on a Website using NoodleTools 2017

  1. 1. The Taft School Library How to Cite a Primary Source Found on a Website http://www... Revised 10/2017
  2. 2. The title of our primary source document is Warrant for the Arrest of Elizabeth Proctor and Sarah Cloyce
  3. 3. You’ll need the full URL for your citation
  4. 4. And the author(s) and the date of your document, if given
  5. 5. It comes from this website about the Salem witch trials of 1692
  6. 6. Study the page to learn more about the site. The page title and the URL both tell us this page actually part of a larger web project called Famous Trials (NOTE: Not all websites will be part of a larger web project)
  7. 7. Here’s the homepage with the site title and the Author / Editor
  8. 8. The Salem Witchcraft Trials (1692) is part of the Famous Trials web project
  9. 9. Click on
  10. 10. Choose Website
  11. 11. Is your source a newspaper article, a speech or a letter, for instance? Choose it. If you’re not sure, just choose Web Page
  12. 12. Template for citing a Web Page on a Website
  13. 13. There’s also a drop-down menu with some specific source types. Use Web Page for any type not listed.
  14. 14. Provide the following 1 URL of the specific page you used 2 Date of webpage publication, if given 3 Your most recent date of access 4 Name of author of your primary source 5 Title of your primary source [with date in brackets, if given] 1 2 3 4 5
  15. 15. Provide this information about the website 6 Name of the website/web project 7 Publisher of the website/web project 6 7 Click submit
  16. 16. Your Bibliography with the new citation for a Primary Source found on a Web Site
  17. 17. To mark your source as a Primary Source Click on Add tag Choose Primary source
  18. 18. The source is now marked as a Primary Source
  19. 19. You can edit, copy or delete the citation
  20. 20. You can create and edit an annotation
  21. 21. Click on Footnote Format for the pop-up window showing the format for your first footnote and subsequent notes.
  22. 22. Footnote Format shows the format for your first footnote for your source and format for subsequent notes for that source.
  23. 23. Copy and Paste footnotes into your paper
  24. 24. Export your bibliography to Google Docs
  25. 25. Your NoodleTools bibliography In Google Docs
  26. 26. Questions? Ask us or go to Help You’ll find it in the drop-down menu Under My account
  27. 27. A great resource!

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