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Online MLA style resources:
Online APA resources:
MLA Handbook by
Call Number: CIRC LB2369 .G53 2016/REF LB2369 .G53 2016/REFERENCE DESK
Publication Date: 2016
The citation style created by the Modern Language Association, MLA is most often used by the Humanities, which includes languages, literature, philosophy, visual & performing arts.
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association
Call Number: Reference Collection, 1st Floor BF76.7 .P83 2010 Library use only
Rules for Writers by
Call Number: Circulating Collection PE1408 .H277 2012 3-wk loan
Publication Date: 2011-09-16
The library’s subscription to Noodle Tools allows students and faculty to:
- Cite (responsibly) articles, web pages, videos, journals, and other tricky formats in MLA or APA format.
- Organize citations, notes, and outlines.
- Collaboratein real-time from anywhere.
- Receive continued access to projects after graduation.
Created for educational use, Noodle Tools requires users to either copy a full citation from a library database or manually copy or type each part of a citation into the screen. Students are encouraged to bookmark, e-mail, or otherwise save all sources used in assignments.
Any member of the campus community can register for NoodleTools from on-campus.
Off campus users, contact the Reference Desk; firstname.lastname@example.org; x6960, for an activation password. As always, feel free to Ask Us or help.