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NoodleTools 101

NoodleTools is a helpful resource you can use to take notes, organize your research, and cite the sources you used.

Getting Started With NoodleTools

Create a    ‚Äč(top left)

  1. Enter a Project Title
  2. Select Citation style MLA
  3. Select Citation level Junior

 

 

 

 

Open your project & select Sources (top center)

 

1.     & select the option that describes how you accessed the source you are citing

Where is it?

  • Database
  • Website
  • Print or in-hand
  • Viewed/heard live
  • File, app, e-book
  • Other (CD-ROM, etc or Microform)

2. Select what kind of source you are citing

What is it?

Anthology/Collection
Book
Interview
Journal
Lecture, Speech or Reading
Magazine
Newspaper
Radio Program
Reference Source
Television Program
Work of Visual Art
 

1. Go to Settings on your iPad

  • select Safari
  • turn off 'Block Pop-ups

2. In NoodleTools - Go to the Sources tab in your project

  • In the Print/Export menu select 'Export to Google Docs'
  • You will get this message: "This site is attempting to open a pop-up window."
  • Select 'Allow'

Ethical Researcher

               

What is a citation and why do we do it?

What is citation? And why do we do it? This video explains.
 

This video is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States license.

Published August 2014  NCSU Libraries - Credits