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English: Literature, Film, & Drama

Find information about authors, literary works, and the practice and application of literary criticism

Writing Resources

Writing about Literature 

Citations & Integrity Video: MLA 8th Edition Citation Style

The videos below explain how to format a hanging indent

Hanging Indents in Google Docs [40s, includes captions]

Creating a Hanging Indent in Microsoft Word [51s, includes captions]

NoodleTools citation manager


NoodleTools is a full featured citation manager that will help you format and save your citations online. 

When you connect to Noodletools with the link provided below, you will be prompted for your Oakton username and password (same as used for D2L and MyOakton).  Your next step depends on whether you are a returning user or a new user:

Returning users: 
If you have already registered a Personal ID and Password for NoodleTools, you can Sign In.

New users:
If you are a new NoodleTools user, please click on "REGISTER" to register a Personal ID and Password of your choice in order to create your own personal Projects folder.