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Learn to use NoodleTools to create MLA and APA style citations for books, articles, websites, and more.
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Use NoodleTools to generate, edit and publish an MLA Works Cited page or APA Reference List that complies with all of the rules detailed in the most current versions of the MLA Handbook and APA Publication Manual.

This guide demonstrates how to create a free personal account, how to create citations, and how to download your Works Cited page or Reference List.

Note: You should always review your citations for errors before handing in your Works Cited page/Reference List. Noodletools will not catch spelling mistakes or errors in formatting or punctuation. If you need to make a change, click "edit" to the right of the citation. You may also edit after downloading your Works Cited page/Reference List.

 

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