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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.

NoodleTools Express

What is NoodleTools?

NoodleTools is a research management platform that provides integrated online tools for citation, note-taking, outlining and collaborative research and writing.

Useful Library Links

 

 

   Search library databases

 Find passwords to access databases outside of school

Getting Started With NoodleTools

 

Sign in to NoodleTools with the link below:

 

 

Select   & sign in with your BC GOOGLE account:

 

Create a    ‚Äč(top right)

  1. Enter your Project title
  2. Select Citation style MLA (MLA Handbook, 9th ed.)
  3. Select Citation level Junior

 

 

 

 

Open your project & select   (top right)

 

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

 

2. Select what kind of source you are citing

         Website example: Select Website > Web Page (Junior Citation level)

 

3. Select (upper right) to go to the citation form & fill it out:

  • URL
  • Date of Publication
  • Date of Access (today)
  • Contributor > Author (if available)
  • Webpage or Article title
  • *Name of  website (required)
  • Publisher of the site

4.  

 

TO SHARE YOUR PROJECT WITH YOUR TEACHER

    On My Projects page, hover over the Sharing column of your research project and click on the + sign

  • Start typing the name of your teacher's inbox and select it when it appears
  • Click to save your selection:

 

 

 

 

Select the printer icon on the top bar > Print/Export to Google Docs

                

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.
 

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Published August 2014  NCSU Libraries - Credits