You need to create a project in order to create and save your citations.
Once you click on the button, you will need to:
Once you have created a project, you are ready to begin entering your sources.
Once you complete the steps above, you should be looking at a form with a lot of empty fields, which is where you will enter your source information. Any field you see with a red asterisk (*) is a required field. Fill out as much as you know about the source. Remember, you do not need to fill out all of the fields if you can't find that information on your source.
Use the chart below to see what types of information are most often, but not always, included on the three most popular source formats.
|Name of author||Name of author||Name of author|
|Title of book||Title of article||Title of page|
|City of publication||Title of journal or magazine||Title of website|
|Publisher||Volume number||Publisher or sponsor|
|Year of publication||Issue number||Date created|
|Date of publication||Date accessed|
|Name of database|
Make sure all of the sources that you need for your paper or project are added before you download your works cited.
NoodleTools can help you format in-text citations. If you are writing a research paper, you need to include in-text citations whenever you are using information from your sources.
To cite this LibGuide use the following templates:
APA: Northern Essex Community College Library. (Date updated). Title of page. Title of LibGuide. Retrieved from URL
MLA: Northern Essex Community College Library. "Title of Page." Title of LibGuide, Date updated, URL.