New to Vol State? Ask an upper classman if they have used NoodleBib. Noodle what?, you say.
NoodleBib− a web-based citation tool that helps you create a works cited page or annotated bibliography formatted in MLA, APA or Chicago style. Create an account and learn the basics of creating a citation and works cited page in only 20 minutes at our NoodleBib – the easy way to do citations Learn@ the Library session.
Join us at 2:30 p.m. in the Library in the Rosemary Rogers Research Center on Tuesday, Sep 27.
Register for a chance to win a flash drive at the end of October. Vol State T-shirts will be given away at the session.
Databases – huh? is a 20 minute Learn@the Library workshop which meets on Tuesday Sep. 21 and introduces you to the the basics of using the library’s databases. Databases are THE source of articles from magazines and journals; this is good stuff to know. Your professor expects you to use these information resources so come by on Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in the Library’s Rosemary Rogers Research Center.
As a bonus two Vol State t-shirts will be given away.
In all likelihood sometime during your college career a Works Cited, Bibliography, or References formatted to MLA, Chicago, or APA styles will be required. NoodleBib can help you create these pages, annotations, and the in-text citations used within your research paper.
The library assists you with these tasks with our Cite Your Sources LibGuide and workshops on using NoodleBib. This semester you will have two chances to attend a 30 minute workshop on NoodleBib. The first workshop is Tuesday, January 18 at 11:15 a.m. Your second chance is Wednesday, February 2 at 2:30 p.m. Take 30 minutes now and save hours of frustration later.
No reservation needed for these workshops. Simply come to the Rosemary Rogers Research Center which is located on the library’s first floor next to the Reference Desk.
Want to learn how to get better search results from the JSTOR and PsycARTICLES databases? Come to the Library’s Learn@ the Library session Wednesday afternoon between 2:30 and 3:15 in the Research Center.