Creating an Account
1. Go to http://www.noodletools.com/index.php
2.In the upper right corner, click on "Current Users: Sign In"
3.Click on "Create a Personal ID"
4.For a "Subscription Type," choose the third option – "A free NoodleBib MLA Starter Account"5. Choose a personal ID name and password (Write down the information in your agenda so you remember it!) and then enter your first and last initial and the last 4 digits of your phone number (in case you forget your login information).Starting a New Project
1-Click on the "Create a New Project" button on the right hand side
2- Title the folder of your project (ie: ""Harriet Tubman") and click the button that says "Create Project"
3- Now you are in the folder for the project that you’ve just given a title to. If you’d like, you can add your research question into the project folder. Click on the"Click to Edit" tab and enter in your research question
4- Under the"Components" section, click on "Bibliography"
5- From the dropdown menu, choose the type of sources you’re going to cite and then click the"Create Citation" button
6- A question prompt will appear on the next page (and possibly on a second page) in order to help narrow down the type of source you’re citing. Answer the question to the best of your knowledge about the material you’re citing.7-Enter the information from your source into the fields in "Your Citation" to the best of your ability (you may not have all of the information to fill in ever field).Be sure to note the fields that are "*required" – you need to always fill in that information as it is required for the citation.
8- If your source has more than one author, enter the first authors name and then click the"Add" button to then add the next authors name to the list.
9- After filling in the fields, click the"Check For Errors" button, which will spell check and check for any other errors that might be present.
10- Finally, click "Generate Citation"
11- Your source is now cited in your projects folder.
12- Return to your project folder by clicking"Projects" at the top of the page and then clicking on the title of your project. Then click "Bibliography" and return to the dropdown menu to import your next citation. Follow steps 10 through 14 again to enter your next source. Repeat these steps until you’ve imported all of the sources you are using in your paper.13- When you’re done importing all of your sources, return to your projects Bibliography page. Click on the title of your project.
14- Once you’re in your project folder, click on the down arrow next to the words"Print/Export"
15- You can now export yourWorks Cited page as a Word document and print it, or export it to save into your Google Docs account (if you have one).