Any words, ideas or images that you do not create yourself must be properly credited to avoid plagiarism.
Citing information sources acknowledges the origin of your information and it provides support and credibility to your work by showing evidence of your research.
A citation is a reference to the source of an idea, information or image. It typically includes enough identifying information, such as the author, title, date, publication format, etc.
NoodleTools is a web-based tool geared to helping students complete their research projects. NoodleTools offers citation, note-taking, outlining, annotation, and writing tools. It also allows for collaboration between peers and for students to easily share projects with instructors.
Need more info? See NoodleTools resources below. You can also ask your CCSF subject librarian to instruct your students on the use of this tool.
Still have questions? Contact Michele Alaniz for more information.
Students and faculty can create a NoodleTools account using their CCSF Gmail login. Go to the NoodeTools login page at http://my.noodletools.com/logon/signin, enter your CCSF Google email, and click Sign on with Google. After logging in, you will be prompted to create a new account or link to your previous CCSF NoodleTools account.