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Instructions for Accessing NoodleTools
Once you have found a source, be sure to log it in NoodleTools.
Follow the instructions below for getting started:
- Create a personal ID, using your Hatboro-Horsham login and lunch code.
- To start a new project, find the Create a New Project button the right side of the screen.
- Choose MLA Advanced.
- Give your project a name (Example: ELA I Research Paper)
- Click Bibliography to start your Works Cited.
Creating a Citation: Copy & Paste Method
- Find the source citation on the article. Highlight this with your mouse and click copy.
- In NoodleTools, click the aarow in the box that says Cite a... Select the type of source you have.
- Click the link next to Quick Cite that says Copy and Paste a Citation.
- Paste the citation in the box and click Submit.
- When you are ready to add your next source, repeat these steps with the new citation.
Printing Your Works Cited Page
If you are confident you have the reliable sources you need to write your paper, use the following steps to print your paper:
- Make sure you are viewing your Works Cited page. It should say MLA Works Cited at the top if the page.
- Click the grey button that says Print/Export in the upper left hand corner. Click the small arrow. Click Print/Export to Word.
- Wait for a grey box to open; click OK.
- Add your name to the top and save this file to your z-drive with the name Works Cited Research Paper.
- Print your works Cited page.
Romeo & Juliet Research Source Requirements
Your goal is to find FOUR sources.
Each source MUST be printed, saved to your z-drive, and added to your Works Cited page.
Your completed Works Cited page is due at the end of the second library day.
Print this password sheet to have a reference for at home access!
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