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NoodleTools helps you through any and all parts of the research process: creating citations, taking notes, building an outline, and writing the paper in Google Docs. Log into NoodleTools through your MPS Google account. Click on the apps grid, then More, then click on the NoodleTools icon. If the icon is not there, go to this link and log in with your MPS Google account.
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Annotations should summarize and/or evaluate your resources and should include one or more of the follow (check with your teacher for their expectations for the project):
Remember to format your bibliography correctly, indenting the citation text and annotation paragraphs so that the author's last name is the only text that is flush left.
To clearly indicate a break between citations and annotation paragraphs, there should be an additional line space between the citation and paragraphs. For a bibliography without annotations, the flush left first line of the citation makes this distinction, so no additional line spaces are needed.