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  • 1. Note-taking with NoodleBib that’s using your “noodle”! Elizabeth Nelson St Luke’s Library
  • 2.
    • With Noodle Bib Note Cards you can…
    • Take notes linked to their source
      • Annotate the quotes you copy and paste
      • Paraphrase
      • Add your own questions and thoughts
    • Organize your notes with tags/piles
    • Create an outline with associated notes
    • Print notes or export notes to Word
  • 3. List view
  • 4. Source Notes Your notes and sources stay linked
  • 5. Three-part notes
    • Cut-and-paste Capture author’s words, images
      • Get quotes and attribution right
      • Mark-up the quote to understand the author’s idea
    • Paraphrase or summarize Explain it to yourself
      • Tag concepts and facts
      • Add reminders and tasks
    • My ideas Prompts for original thinking
      • Analyze how it fits your research
      • Ask questions, evaluate ideas
      • List “to do” plan
  • 6. Cut-and-paste first Author’s image Author’s words
  • 7. You’ll get quotes and attribution right!
  • 8. Re-read and color-code information Red for problems Green for statistics Highlight main ideas
  • 9. Annotating helps you understand
  • 10. Explain it to yourself * *Using words that you understand
  • 11. What do you think? I wonder…? “ To do” next
  • 12. Add the main idea last
  • 13. Add tags now…or later It’s easier to add tags when you know more.
  • 14. You can always go back to the source Sometimes re-reading clears up questions
  • 15. Use your tabletop to organize notes Your notes are waiting here
  • 16. Sort notes however you like! Drag notes
  • 17. Make piles Group notes that you feel belong together
  • 18. Label your notes with visual cues Add reminders, colors and tags
  • 19. Build your outline on-the-fly…
  • 20. … or build it before you take notes
  • 21. Drag notes and piles into your outline
  • 22.
    • Get feedback during the process
    • Share your list and associated notes with your teacher so s/he can add comments
    • Print your source list and/or notes
    • E-mail your source list and/or notes
  • 23.
    • Periodically reflect on your progress
    • Can I add more tags now that I know more?
      • Label details, themes, concepts
    • Are there other ways to organize my ideas?
      • Re-order by searching on 2-3 tags at once
    • Any loose ends?
    • Are there types of sources I missed ?
      • Use button to see the type and range of sources you used
  • 24.
    • Create subtopics and outline
    • What notes have similar titles or topics?
      • Pile them together
      • Add them to your outline
    • Play with the order, be curious!
    • What if I make new combinations of notes?
      • Search by one or more tags to find common ideas
    • What other ways can I organize my outline?
    • Do new groupings suggest new ways to analyze what I know? New ideas? New questions?
  • 25. Don’t forget to follow your ideas !
  • 26.
    • NoodleBib handles the minutia so your noodle can focus on research
    • Spend your time thinking and creating, not on how to punctuate your citation
    • Access your work from home and school
    • Safeguard against accidental plagiarism
    • Get curious, feel creative…have fun!
  • 27. “ Noodle” time…start thinking! What questions do you have?