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Concurrent Enrollment Library Guide: Citations

Information for instructors teaching LCCC concurrent enrollment classes

MLA Citation Style

MLA LibGuide

This guide will explain how to cite information sources using the MLA style.  It will also provide many examples of properly cited paper and electronic sources.  If you do not find what you need in this guide, the links below may provide more assistance.  The MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (7th edition), available at Ludden Library, is the best place to look when online guides do not help.  Ask at the desk and we will show you where it is located.  If you cannot come to the library, contact us and we will help answer your question.

APA Citation Style

APA LibGuide

 

This guide will explain how to cite information sources using the APA style.  It will also provide many examples of properly cited paper and electronic sources.  If you do not find what you need in this guide, the links below may provide more assistance.  The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition) is the best place to look when online guides do not help.  Ask at the desk and we will show you where it is located.  If you cannot come to the library, call us and we will help answer your question.

Citation Software

RefWorks

RefWorks is an online citation management tool. Use RefWorks to export citations from many of the library databases, such as EBSCOhost and ProQuest, and then let RefWorks create your bibliography to include at the end of your research paper.
RefWorks logo
 
Log into RefWorks
To create your own new account, click on the RefWorks logo then select "Sign up for a New Account" in the gray box on the left.
 
Watch RefWorks tutorials
Or Ask a Librarian for help.
 
Note: As with all automatically generated citations, it is important to double check the accuracy of your citations before turning in your assignment.

NoodleBib

Record and store your citation information in your own online account and NoodleBib will automatically generate your MLA or APA bibliography.

1. Log into NoodleBib
IMPORTANT: If you are off-campus, contact the library for remote access information. You will need to log in using the library databases off-campus password before you can enter your personal NoodleBib ID.

2. Create a Personal ID
Pick any Personal ID and Password you'd like. This will create an online account just for your citations.

3. Create a New List
Now that you have your own NoodleBib account, select "Create a New List" to start saving your citations for a particular class or research paper.