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  • Preferred over Wikipedia articles by your instructors
  • Comes with properly formatted citations for your bibliography!

    

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  • Search for books, ebooks, and streaming video, plus DVDs and CDs
  • Use the ISBN from books, DVDs, and CDs to add them to your bibliography in Noodlebib.
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  • Free access to full-text scholarly journal articles, as well as magazine and newspaper articles.  
  • Comes with properly formatted citations for your bibliography
  • Watch this short video tutorial to learn how to search Ebsco Academic Search Complete.

 

Thousands of film clips and full-length documentaries, perfect for academic research.  Films on Demand videos come with properly formatted citations.  Be sure to copy them for your bibliography.

 

Subject guides are a great way to jumpstart your research with librarian-recommended resources.  Save time searching and get high quality resources, guaranteed!

 

Or try one of our course guides.  These guides are designed for specific assignments in specific classes.

 

In order to fully acknowledge the authors and works that contributed to your research and to avoid plagiarism, you must cite your sources correctly and completely in your paper, using the "citation style" recommended by your professor.

YCCC uses two citation styles: MLA for classes in the humanities (English, literature, music, art, etc.) and APA for classes in the social sciences (psychology, sociology, etc.). The resources below will help you create bibliographies in either citation style.

How to use Noodlebib, the online bibliography generator

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Do you need research assistance?  Would you like to learn how to use Noodlebib for citation style with a pro at your side?  YCCC Librarians are available to meet with you at your convenience! 

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