Citing Your Sources
ALWAYS REMEMBER TO CITE YOUR SOURCES!
Noodletools is citing tool that is free for all Stanley students!
You will find Noodletools in your G suite apps menu (where the waffle is).
You need to set up your account the first time you use it. Just add your "year of graduation from Stanley".
Try this website for further help in citing your sources...
PREPARING A BIBLIOGRAPHY OR WORKS CITED PAGE
The purpose of a Works Cited or Bibliography is to show the information resources used in your report or project. This list is put on a separate page at the end of the report, paper or project.
BIBLIOGRAPHY: a record of all information sources you used for your paper, but did not necessarily cite in the body of the paper.
WORKS CITED: a list of all sources that you actually parenthetically cited in the body of your paper.
Check with your teacher for the preferred terminology! Some teachers use the terminology "Works Cited" for both a bibliography and a works cited page.
- Keep track of the sources you use as you do your research!
- Use Noodletools (access through your Google waffle). It will keep track of your sources, format the citation for you, and create your Works Cited page. Very cool!
- Another helpful hint: If you are using a subscription database such as Gale in Context or Proquest, they will provide the citation for you.
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