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Women's History: Citing Sources

A topical introduction to Women's history. A portion of the guide will deal with Women's History Month (March in the USA.)

Creating Citations

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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 using the MCC link:

Go To NoodleTools!

How to Use NoodleTools

Getting Started

First, click the "Go To NoodleTools" link above. If you already have a NoodleTools account, you can login. If this is your first time using NoodleTools, click "Register". We recommend that you use your A# for your Personal ID, enter a password that's easy to remember, and use your MCC email. Complete the entire form. Click "Register".

Now, you have created and/or accessed your NoodleTools account!! Congrats! Building your citations and annotations for your academic work is about to become much more efficient, accurate, and organized.

Some Useful Information on Using NoodleTools

Why Cite?

It is important to give credit to the authors of the books, periodicals, websites, and other sources used in writing your papers.

Failure to acknowledge the source of the materials you use is considered to be plagiarism.

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