CITATION RESOURCES

SCHOOL CITATION TOOLS

NOODLE TOOLS (log in with your Google Apps account)

EASY BIB (only MLA citations now available for free/former EDU accounts--EASY BIB will not be available in fall 2018 -- INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO EXPORT AND SAVE YOUR CITATIONS; your deadline to save this work is August 31, 2018)

FREE CITATION TOOLS

CITE THIS FOR ME (MLA, APA + CHICAGO STYLE CITATIONS FOR FREE)

CITATION MACHINE (MLA, APA + CHICAGO STYLE CITATIONS FOR FREE)

EASYBIB (MLA STYLE CITATIONS FOR FREE)

A ROADMAP TO CITATION WITH NOODLE TOOLS

Use this guide to make sure you are citing your sources correctly.

REMEMBER! What style the teacher requests is most important.

FOOTNOTES CHICAGO STYLE


FULL FOOTNOTE:

Will Allen and Charles Wilson, The Good Food Revolution: Growing Healthy Food, People, and Communities (New York, N.Y.: Gotham Books, 2012), [Page #].

*used for the first footnote with this source

SHORTENED FOOTNOTE (for subsequent citations):

Allen and Wilson, The Good, [Page #].

*used for any following footnotes featuring a source you've already used once

OTHER CITATION HELPERS

END NOTES IN GOOGLE DOCS

Open a Google Doc.

From the menu, select Add Ons.

Select Get Add Ons and search for "End Note Generator".

Add.

Insert citations using standard Insert > Footnote function.

Once citations are properly added as Footnotes, Select Add-Ons and run End Note Generator.

Embrace the magic.