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Copyright, Fair Use, and Creative Commons: Cite your Sources

Confused about what you can and can't use in educational presentations? Is fair use a blanket protection for teachers? Here are some resources to help you and your students navigate the murky waters of copyright.

Use EasyBib

Cite Your Sources

Cite Before You Write

Avoid Plagiarism 

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Monday-Friday 7:30am-4pm

Ms. Gadwah, Librarian

Mrs. Simeone, Library Assistant

Purdue OWL

The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) is the most extensive and best resource for information on writing, research, and citations. Visit their page here:

Creating Bibliographies with Noodle Tools

Quick Guide for students - click on above or here.


Quick Guide for teachers - click on above or here.

Want even more information? To access all of the Noodle Tools support features click here.

Noodle Tools

Remember - a bibliography is not a list of URLs. Use Noodle Tools to properly format your citations.

With a Noodle Tools account, once you create bibliographies you can easily organize your research with note cards, outline your papers, and integrate with Google docs. 

Users will log in via one of the following: 

  1. Clicking the G Suite NoodleTools button (under the Google "waffle" menu)
  2. Entering their Google email on the login screen (under "Access via G Suite")
  3. A link (different for students and teachers, these are available under the "student links" and "staff links" on Chrome):