1. Biography: Seek out interesting biographical info only; try to skip any boring résumé-ish details, or random awards no one has heard of before. Think instead about experiences that likely shaped this person. This will be a few slides in length and be cited BOTH in-text and on a Works Cited page. Check out multiple encyclopedias within the database to compare info, and pay attention, too, to the titles of encyclopedias to see how the information is angled and organized.
MCC database: Biography (Gale in Context)--look for “Biographies” to use (these are encyclopedias)
How to cite in NoodleTools: Database > Reference (encyclopedias are reference sources)
Noodlebib, also known as Noodletools, is a website that helps you to create and properly format a works cited page.
New accounts must be created either on campus or by clicking the link below:
log in using their A# and a to access library databases
You will be prompted with this login screen:
Make sure you enter a for your A#. Your initial library password is your birthdate in this format: mmddyyyy.
For example, if you were born on January 6, 1995, your password would be 01061995
or by contacting a librarian.