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Ejnes: Exploration Research: Citations

Create a Book Citation in NoodleTools

 

1. In NoodleTools, click on your project title and then click on the sources tab at the top of the page:

 

3.  Click on the green New Source button:  

 

4.  Choose Print or in-hand:  

 

5.  Then choose Book from the list:  

 

6.  Near top, and find the Import ISBN field:  

7.  Look at the back of your book, the ISBN number is usually above the barcode or it is on the back of the title page of your book near the copyright information.  Type in the ISBN number in the blank box and click search.  (If your book is older than 1970, it will not have an ISBN.  You will need to type in the parts of the book citation in the correct fields and click on the green submit button when finished).  

8.  Click on the correct book that matches your ISBN.  When you click on it it will change to a blue color.

9.  Click on Import Selected Source at the bottom of the box.  

10.  Check the information, make any necessary changes and then click Continue at the bottom.  

11.  Click on the blue SAVE button at the top.  

 

Copying Database Citations into Noodletools

1.  Copy MLA 8 formatted citation from database.  

 

2. In NoodleTools, click on your project title and then click on the sources tab at the top of the page:

 

3.  Click on the green New Source button:  

 

4.  Choose Database:  

 

5.  Then choose Original Content in Database:  

 

6.  Near top, click on 

7.  Paste your copied database citation in the box:  

 

8.  Click on the blue SAVE button at the top.  

 

Printing Your Works Cited Page

1.  In your project, click on the sources tab at the top of the page:

 

2.  Click on Print/Export:  

 

 

3.  Choose Print/Export to Google Docs.

 

4.  Allow NoodleTools to access your Google Drive.