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Citation Help: APA & MLA

Properly cite and document sources for scholarly and personal research.

How to Create and Edit a Source



Step 7A:  Click on or touch the Sources navigation button at the top of the screen to begin adding source references to a new project.


Step 7 B:  Click on or touch the New Source button.

Step 7 C:  Below use the online guide or the pdf attachment to learn more.  The guide also provides directions on how to add and edit an annotation and how to delete and undelete source references.  If you need help, Ask a Librarian.

How to Use Worldcat in NoodleTools

If you are citing a book, article or another source, use WorldCat (a global catalog of library collections) to import the source information directly into your NoodleTools form.  Worldcat is used by the general public, researchers, and librarians for cataloging and research.

Start here:




Step 8A:  Click on or touch the Source navigation button.

Step 8B:  Click on or touch the New Source button.

Step 8C:  A pop-pop window will appear on the screen.  Select the type of source you want to access or use.

Step 8D:  Continue direction for How to import a book citation from Worldcat using the NoodleTools HelpDesk Guide.  If you need help, Ask a Librarian.