Learn How To Cite Your Source
Making note of where you found information that you use in a report is an important part of doing research, and required for many homework assignments. It is important to give credit to the authors and creators of information and images that you use in a report. This is called citing your source. It also is important to list materials you read or viewed that gave you ideas for your report. This is called creating a bibliography.
Does your school use NoodleTools to create a bibliography?
- NoodleBib MLA Starter
Log in or create an account to use this free tool designed to give students in grades 1-5 step-by-step instructions for creating a bibliography.
- NoodleBib Express
If you just need to create one or two citations, try using the free Express version.
For more information about how to create a bibliography and cite your source, please see:
- Bibliography Help
Lists citation examples for different sources of information.
- Works Cited for Grades 1-6
Gives examples of ways students at different grade levels might choose to cite their source.
- Purdue Online Writing Lab - Research and Citation
Provides very detailed information about how to conduct research and cite sources.
- Citing Your Sources
Explains why and how to cite sources, and gives definition of plagiarism, as well.