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NoodleTools (citation tool) and How It Works: In-text Reference

This guide will help you create your Kirtland NoodleTools ID and understand some of the NoodleTools features.

In-text (parenthetical) citation help

In-text reference, also known as parenthetical,  help is available from the sources page of your Noodletools project.


From the Options drop down menu, located to the far right of each entry, choose In-text reference.

Example for Your Source

Depending on the source, this help screen may prompt for a page or volume number in order to customize the example so that you can copy and paste it directly into your paper. If you type your page number into the available box, it will show up in the sample citation. Do not copy and paste the In-text citation with [Page #]. Your In-text reference should look like (Sura, 2019, p. 235).

Scroll down below the example to read detailed instructions to guide you through special cases and other modifications to the parenthetical reference that might be necessary depending on the rest of your sentence and the other entries in your source list.