Citation Tools: NoodleTools (MLA, APA, etc.) and Citation Information
As a rule, the District uses MLA 8, but you should always follow the format your classroom teacher recommends as this may differ on occasion.
Use NoodleTools to assist you in citing sources in MLA format to avoid plagiarism. To connect to the library's subscription, use the password on the Subscription Database Password list after you sign in to the EAHS Library Classroom.
- You may want to download and print the MLA Template to help document your sources. Take notes on the back of this sheet, loose-leaf, note cards, or the note-taking system recommended by your teacher. You can also take notes in NoodleTools or on your Chromebook.
Not sure what constitutes plagiarism? Check out this handy guide from plagiarism.org. There's more to it than you think!
Created a NoodleTools account in the past but can't recall your password? See Ms. Yorio in the library.For a good explanation of MLA citations, see The OWL at Purdue MLA Citation Pages.
For help on creating In-text citations, you can either use the information in NoodleTools, provided next to each citation that you create, or visit this OWL at Purdue page on In-text Citations.
Need help formatting a paper in MLA? Check out this great blog from EasyBib