Federalists vs. Antifederalists

Notetaking Document

Databases

WorldBook

ABC Clio

GALE: Opposing Viewpoints

GALE: Student Resources In Context

Websites

Constitutional Rights Foundation

Citations

Use NoodleTools and create a project to collect your citations for a Works Cited document.

Add the following citations to your project by following these steps:

  1. Open the library’s Federalists vs. Antifederalists Research Pathfinder
  2. Open NoodleTools through the waffle in your email
  3. Click on New Project
  4. Your Project Name is “Your last name: Federalists vs. Antifederalists”
  5. Your style is “MLA”
  6. Your level is “Junior”
  7. Click on Submit
  8. Click on the Sources tab at the top of the page
  9. Click the green +Create new citation button at the top left
  10. Select the appropriate source type (ex. textbook – “Print or in-hand” – “Book”)
  11. From the “Quick cite” row, select “Copy & paste a citation”
  12. Copy ONE citation below from the Pathfinder and paste it into the box that NoodleTools provides
  13. Click on Save
  14. Repeat for the second citation below from the Pathfinder.
  15. Whenever you use a new source, add it to NoodleTools. Make sure you select MLA 8.

TEXTBOOK:

Appleby, Joyce Oldham., et al.  The American Journey: Building a Nation. Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, 2000.

FILMS:

Hovde, Ellen and Muffie Meyer, directors. Liberty: The American Revolution. PBS, 1997.

The U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Schlessinger Media, 2002. Videocassette.

Setting Up an MLA Formatted Paper from NoodleTools Sources