NoodleTools (formerly called NoodleBib) helps you easily create bibliographic citations for the sources you use in your research papers and also helps you evaluate and analyze each source while creating the citation. It includes APA, MLA, and Chicago/Turabian styles.
In order to use the Mission College subscription to NoodleTools, you must first register. Once you register, you will have access to your own NoodleTools account.
Click on the database name above to access the Mission NoodleTools subscription. If you are off campus, you will be prompted to enter your name and Mission College I.D.
Note: if you are a registered NoodleTools user and you receive a message to revalidate your personal folder, please use the Mission College link above to login into NoodleTools; your account will automatically be revalidated.
For Additional information:
Citations are needed:
From: "Citing Sources." Issues & Controversies. Facts On File News Services, n.d. Web. 26 Apr. 2012.
There are many different styles of citations. Be certain to ask your instructor about the specific style you are to use in your assignment. Here are some great places to start once you have identified the citation style you need.
Additional Citation Resources:
The Encyclopedia Britannica defines plagiarism as: "The act of taking the writings of another person and passing them off as one's own."
It is important for you to clearly identify those ideas and words that come from other people versus your own ideas about the topic.
Here is a link to a YouTube video created by American River College Library. It shows you how to use the formatting options in MS Word to format an MLA style research paper, including how to format a citation (hang the indent and double space).