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MLA (Modern Language Association)
At Carson Graham we use MLA (Modern Language Association) style referencing for the following subjects: English, Languages, Social Studies
Why We Cite our Sources - a Brief Explanation
Cite a Website in MLA Using NoodleTools
Cite an Encyclopedia in MLA Using NoodleTools
MLA Referencing Video for Mr. Dawson's Class
NoodleTools has a new look!
Learn more about its new features HERE
- Click on the blue “Register” tab.
- For the School, type carsoneagles For the School/Library password, type: eagles21 and click on “Continue”
- Select your Expected year of graduation from the menu
- Choose a Personal ID – Use your login (for the computers) as your ID
- Type your birthdate as your password: YYYYMMDD (for students NEW to Carson, it’s SYYYYMMDD$)
- Under Easy Login Retrieval, type in your first and last initials ie) JB for James Bond
- Type in the LAST 4 digits of a phone number. (These details will help us to look up your account in case you forget your login/password)
- Click on “Register”
- Congratulations, you now have your own NoodleTools account!
Carson Library Books on MLA
MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing by
Call Number: 808 MLA
Publication Date: 2008-01-01
A Writer's Reference with Exercises by
Call Number: 808 HAC
Publication Date: 2010-11-30
To reference sources in MLA style, use NoodleTools and do two things:
- Create a Works Cited list
- Cite your sources in-text
Carson Graham Policy for Academic Honesty & Personal Integrity
Reliable Internet Sources on MLA
Research Note Taking Strategies