3. “In the News”: News & Social Media presence: Head to The New York Times, plus Instagram and Twitter to check out what’s going on with the author’s legacy now. Using the “search” feature on The New York Times, has the author been in the news recently? Why? For social media, using hashtags, are there any cool memes, media content, quotes, holidays, groups, upcoming events, cool things we should know, etc.?
How to cite The New York Times: Website > News article
Website: Twitter Search using name or hashtag; Instagram Search using hashtags
How to cite in NoodleTools: Website > Microblog
Note: If you resort to Google to look for articles, please know that you have to use sources that are both authored and credible, which can be
complicated in web research. Email your professor or a librarian if you need help vetting a source.
Noodlebib, also known as Noodletools, is a website that helps you to create and properly format a works cited page.
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