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  • 1. Noodle Toolsto Create a Bibliography and Note Cards!
    Linda Hopkins
    Librarian
    Henry Middle School
  • 2. What is Noodle Tools?
    An online tool to help you Create, organize and store information
    Make a bibliography
    Take notes online
    Organize your notes
  • 3.
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  • 8. Name your project:
    APS 8 Sharks
  • 9. What kind of source are you going to cite?
    Choose the best matchfrom the drop-down menu
  • 10. Answer the questions
    about your source
  • 11. The right form for your source!
  • 12. Cut-and-paste to avoid spelling errors
  • 13. Get help on each field
  • 14. Help pops up!
  • 15. Some fields are required
  • 16. When you’re done, check your work
    for errors…
  • 17. …and make changes
  • 18. Save!
    “Generate Citation”
  • 19. Here’s your first citation!
  • 20. You can open the form and edit it again
  • 21.
  • 22. Cut-and-paste first
    Author’s image
    Author’s words
  • 23. Explain it to yourself*
    *Using words that you understand
  • 24. What do you think?
    “To do” next
    I wonder…?
  • 25. Add the main idea last
  • 26. Add tags now…or later
    It’s easier to add tags when you know more.
  • 27.
  • 28. Use your tabletop to organize notes
    Your notes are waiting here
  • 29. Drag notes
    Sort notes however you like!
  • 30. Make piles
    Group notes that you feel belong together
  • 31. Build your outline on-the-fly…
  • 32. …or build it before you take notes
  • 33. Drag notes and piles into your outline
  • 34. Keep all your lists
  • 35. “Noodle” time…start thinking!
    Questions?