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American Psychological Association (APA)

Use NoodleTools to create a works cited page for your paper.  NoodleTools can be found on the Libraries home page  under “Bibliography and Citation Tools."

When you access NoodleTools from off-campus, you will be asked first for your Rider Rider Key username and password. 

  1. Create your own NoodleTools Personal ID & Password and click Sign in.
  2. Once signed into NoodleTools, click on +New Project.
  3. Enter a project title (e.g., “LEAD 550”), select a Citation style (APA) and select Advanced for the Citation Level.
  4. This will take you to the Dashboard where you can add Project details, Sharing & Collaboration permissions and To-do items.  (No entries are required here.)
  5. Click on the Sources tab at the top of the page to start your references page. 
  6. Click on +Create a new citation.
  7. Answer the questions about your resource and complete the form.
  8. Click on Submit.
  9. To add more citations, repeat steps 6-8.
  10. To create/print your works cited page for your paper, click on Print/Export in the toolbar and select an option (e.g., Print/Export to Word). 

Noodle Tools Research Guide

What is Plagiarism - a tutorial from University of Maine; or Avoiding Plagiarism a research guide by the Wichita State University.

Style guide / American Sociological Association (ASA), 5th ed.

Call Number: Ref HM569 .A54 2014

ASA from the Purdue University Online Writing Lab



Basic Legal Citation (LII 2007 Ed.) from the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University.