Having trouble figured out how to cite a source in one of your papers? Don't worry, the library can help! Our NoodleBib database can help you put your papers' citations into MLA or APA format, while we have also made a document for some of the trickier MLA formats. To login to NoodleBib, you will need to access the password in FCPS 24/7 Learning (Blackboard) or ask a librarian for a password sheet. For your convenience, password sheets are available at the Circulation Desk.top
NoodleBib is a bibliography composing tool which can help you write out your Works Cited page in the appropriate format, whether that be MLA or APA style. All you have to do is follow a few steps and this website will automatically format your sources, then the result can be exported to a Word document.top
Sample MLA Format
The library's Sample MLA Format [warning: this link is a pdf file and a download menu will open] bibliography gives examples of many different types of resources, such as essays in anthologies, E-Books, articles from online databases, comic strips, or sound recordings. If you are having trouble finding the rules for a special resource, try looking over this handout to see if you can find it listed here.