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Manage your Citations and Sources with NoodleTools

 Stay organized, evaluate information, build accurate citations, archive source material, take notes, outline topics, and prepare to write using NoodleTools- a citation management tool that is free to Merrimack students, faculty, and staff.

  1. Use the link below to go to the Merrimack NoodleTools subscription page
  2. Register to create an account and sign-in
  3. Select the project you are currently working on, or click on the green New Project button on the left corner
    • If starting a new project, make sure to use the style your professor requires.
  4. Click the "Sources" tab at the top of the page, then click on the green "Create a New Citation" button on the left corner

Copy individual citations, or export your entire bibliography to Word or Google Docs. 

Choose your style

Different disciplines and professions use different citation styles. Below are links to some of the most common citation styles used by departments at Merrimack College:‚Äč

Writing Center Information


For help with organizing, writing and citing, head for the Writing Center on the 3rd floor of McQuade - room 346.

While it is ok to drop in during slower times of the year, make an appointment to ensure a time slot by registering and setting an time at

More information about how to register and schedule can be found on the Writing Center homepage and in MyMack > Student Info (top menu) > Writing Center (left menu)