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English 102: Preventing Childhood Obesity

Citation Help--Books

There are a variety of sources that can aid you in citing your research. These include books, handouts (available at the HCCC Library reference desk), databases, websites, and online tutorials. The following is a list of those that are especially helpful.

Citation Help--Online Resources

 NoodleTools--this is a database you can access through the HCCC Library. If you are trying to log in to it from outside the campus, you must enter your CWID for the user name and your last name for the password. If you need assistance in using NoodleTools, you can view the HCCC Library tutorial by clicking here:

Purdue University OWL (Online Writing Lab)

If you want further information on citing your research using APA OR MLA style, there is a LibGuide that was created specifically for citations. You can access it by clicking here: