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Culinary Arts: Citing Sources

Library Resources for Research.

MLA Style

Suggested Reading

NoodleBib

NoodleBib

NoodleBib is an online tool that prompts you for information about your source (title, author, etc.), then generates a citation in the style you specify (MLA, APA, or Chicago).

Osterlin Library has created three video tutorials that will get you started using NoodleBib: "Getting to NoodleBib," "Creating Citations with NoodleBib," and "Printing and Saving Citations in NoodleBib."  

Suggested Websites

Purdue OWL: MLA Formatting and Style Guide: This detailed guide from Purdue covers all the basics of MLA style.

MLA Citation Style (from Cornell University Library): A simple overview of MLA works cited pages and in-text citations.

Bedford/St. Martin's MLA Style: Intuitive overview of MLA citations and paper formatting.

MLA Handbook FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about using the newest edition of the MLA Handbook.

Subject Guide

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