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Creating Citations using NoodleTools

Use NoodleTools to correctly cite sources:

Choose the Style to use, APA or MLA.

1. Choose the citation type that best respresents your source - e.g., don't choose the citation type "web site" just because you have located the information on a website.

a. Citation types depend on the actual format of information you are using, (article, blog, video clip, podcast, interview, etc.) For example, for an online news article, use Newspaper/Newswire type.

b. If you are unsure, take time to view the slideshow associated with the source type.

2. Follow the steps listed in NoodleTools. Enter in all of the available information for your source. Please note that your source may not provide all of the information requested.

3. Double check to make sure your spelling is accurate. NoodleTools will NOT spell-check for you.

4. After you are finished with the citations, select the boxes to the left of the citations that you want to print then select Print/Export to Word. Make sure to put your name, hour, date and Teacher's name in the header. Print your list of citations.

Use the following sources listed to complete this assignment:

  • Now It Can Be Told: the Royals are not the Cubs 

    New York Times - Royals win 7-1 over the Mets


    Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/sports/#storylink=cpy
     
  • Scroll down this page to "EbscoStudent Research Center Database" and in the search box type: Manta Ray (Find the article titled 7 Cool Things About Manta Rays.) 

 

EBSCOhost - Student Research Center

eBooks

This link will take you to the Databases page.

Select Gale Virtual Library.   Find the Subject heading for History.   Select "View All".  Scroll down toward the bottom of the page and find U.S. Immigration and Migration. Use this book.  Search the book for:  Immigrants in Motion: Getting There and Getting Started.

      
     

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