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Citing Sources

Guide to citing sources in APA, MLA, ASA, and Vancouver/NLM.

Citation Guides and Examples

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MLA Citation Guide

A guide with examples for formatting an in-text citation, citations on a Works Cited list, and an MLA research paper.

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APA Citation Guide

A guide with examples for formatting an in-text citation, citations on a Reference list, and an APA research paper.

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NoodleTools Guides & Videos

NoodleTools is an online citation tool available free to all CCSF students and faculty. Use it to create, save, and export MLA, APA, and Chicago citations and reference lists.

Two Ways to Login to NoodleTools

A video by CCSF librarians showing how to login to NoodleTools for CCSF students, faculty and staff.

How to Create a NoodleTools Project

A video by CCSF librarians with instructions for creating a NoodleTools project.

Citation Tutorials

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Citation Champion: MLA Style

A self-paced, interactive workshop in Canvas on citing and formatting sources in a research project, using MLA citation style, and avoiding plagiarism.

 

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Citation Champion: APA Style

A self-paced, interactive workshop in Canvas on citing and formatting sources in a research project, using APA citation style, and avoiding plagiarism.

 

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Citation Management Tools

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Mendeley

Mendeley is a free tool that collects, organizes, & cites your references.

 

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Zotero

Zotero is a free tool that collects, organizes, & cites your references.

 

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Have you mastered the use of NoodleTools? Are you looking for a way to manage more sources? Consider using one of these tools. They help you store and organize your articles and other sources as well as cite them. 

CC License

Creative Commons License CC by NC 4.0 This guide has been adapted from a guide originally created by Tessa Withorn, Maggie Clarke, Jillian Holt Eslami, and Carolyn Caffrey Gardner and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-Share Alike 4.0 International License.


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