All boys. All boarding. Grades 9-12.

Citing Sources

The Library purchases Noodletools for all current Woodberry students to assist with bibliographic formatting.
This tool allows users to create, store and edit bibliographies. Users can also share citations and projects with students and/or faculty.

To create a new Bibliography
Step 1) Sign in or create a new account.
Step 2) Create a new project.
Step 3) Select citation style, advanced, title/describe the project, and create project.
Step 4) Use the bibliography tool to create and save the formatted bibliography.
Step 5) Share your projects with other students/faculty as needed/required.
The Noodletools Help Desk page offers short tutorials regarding specific features.
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