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Answered By: Jeneen LaSee-Willemssen Last Updated: Mar 28, 2017 Views: 16730
How do I cite content from my online course? Create references in NoodleTools?
A sample reference and matching in-text citation for content from your Rasmussen traditional online course might look like this:
Rasmussen College. (n.d.). Module 05: Management skills. In B136/GEB1011: Introduction to
business: Spring 2012 [Class lecture slide]. Retrieved from
Matching in-text citation:
According to Rasmussen College (n.d.), great managers have four main skills: technical, interpersonal, decision making, and conceptual.
We used NoodleTools to create the reference and citation above. Here is how we did it:
- Login to your NoodleTools account.
- Create a project or use a pre-existing project.
- Click on the Sources tab.
- Click on + Create New Citation.
- Choose the Website tab.
- Select Webpage from the dropdown menu.
- Fill in the information required about your course page.
- Enter the general BlackBoard Learn URL: https://learn.rasmussen.edu OR Engage URL: https://engage.rasmussen.edu/learn/my/ in URL textbox
- Use the name of your course in the Name of the Web site section, and the quarter as the subtitle
- Example: B136/GEB1011: Introduction to business: Spring 2014
- Use Rasmussen College in the Group author section
- Use n.d. (for no date) in the Date of e-publication section
- Use the name of the module and the section name in the Web page or document/article title section
- Example: Module 05: Management skills
- Click on Submit.
For more information on citing course materials (such as etextbooks, announcements, and powerpoint slides), check out our APA Online Guide.