NoodleToolsHelps you stay organized      Taking notes
What is NoodleTools?Gather, organize, think, create• Begin a working bibliography• Copy-and-paste relevant quotes onto not...
Your work is organized into projects.Open an existing project …or start a new one
Manage your project from the Dashboard
Find “big picture” info here:•Research question•Assignments•Group members
All your work ishere including arecord of whatyou’ve done!
You can add reminders to yourself
Read feedback … then revise in an organized way
See feedback righton your notecard
Source                  Notes       FeedbackEverything stays linked
Go to the tabletop to see all your notecards
Check the bird’s eye view for out-of-sight notecards
A notecard is an organizer for ideasCopy and paste here•Capture the author’s words and images•Get quotes and attribution r...
Paraphrase or summarize                   Paraphrase here                •Explain it to yourself                •In words ...
“My Ideas” is for questions, brainstorming…           Original thinking here           •What do you wonder?           •How...
You’ll get quotes and attribution right!
Then start to mark it up
HelpClose reading boosts your comprehension
Explain it to yourself                         Help
If you have trouble identifying a main idea:1.Reread the quote to get the “gist.”2.Is there more than one main idea? If so...
Help
Use “My Ideas” in a flexible way
If your note isn’tlinked to a source, find it in this list of   all your sources
If you can, add a tag now…
…when you know more it will be          easier!
Your new notecards are waiting on the tabletop
Add colors and cues to remind yourself what needs         to be done and what’s important.
Search tags to highlight related ideas
Create a new pile from your highlighted notecards
Piles are possible subtopics for an outline
Build your outline  on-the-fly…
…or create it before you take notes.
Drag notes and piles into your outline
Watch your outline grow as   you add notecards
Organize flexibly and playfullyWhat notes have similar titles or topics?•Pile them together•Add them to your outline      ...
Review, reflect, reorder, reviseWhen you think you’re done, take another look!• Can I add more tags now that I know more? ...
Don’t forget to follow your ideas!
It’s easy to add more sources if you need to!
You can create a portfolio over time……and your work can never get lost!
Use your “noodle”!Stay organized, feel successful• Access your work from home and school• Safeguard against accidental pla...
“Noodle” time…start thinking!          Questions?                   For more teaching ideas:                   support [at...
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  • Note: There are tutorials on notecards, tagging and other features of the Tabletop here: http://www.noodletools.com/helpdesk/index.php?action=downloads#category-3
  • http://www.noodletools.com/noodlebib/usersguide/index.html?n=Overview2.html
  • Your question, teacher assignments, student collaborators
  • Your question, teacher assignments, student collaborators
  • Your question, teacher assignments, student collaborators
  • Your question, teacher assignments, student collaborators
  • Your question, teacher assignments, student collaborators
  • http://www.noodletools.com/noodlebib/usersguide/index.html?n=CreatingANotecard.html
  • http://www.noodletools.com/noodlebib/usersguide/index.html?n=NavigatingTheTabletop.html
  • http://www.noodletools.com/noodlebib/usersguide/index.html?n=WhyUseAnOutline.html
  • http://www.noodletools.com/noodlebib/usersguide/index.html?n=Overview2.html
  • NoodleTools for Students - how to take notes

    1. 1. NoodleToolsHelps you stay organized Taking notes
    2. 2. What is NoodleTools?Gather, organize, think, create• Begin a working bibliography• Copy-and-paste relevant quotes onto notecards• Paraphrase the author’s words• Analyze, question and add your own ideas• Tag and pile your notes – what emerges?• Create an outline, add piles – reorder and experiment!• Create [essay, speech, product…] with a bibliography
    3. 3. Your work is organized into projects.Open an existing project …or start a new one
    4. 4. Manage your project from the Dashboard
    5. 5. Find “big picture” info here:•Research question•Assignments•Group members
    6. 6. All your work ishere including arecord of whatyou’ve done!
    7. 7. You can add reminders to yourself
    8. 8. Read feedback … then revise in an organized way
    9. 9. See feedback righton your notecard
    10. 10. Source Notes FeedbackEverything stays linked
    11. 11. Go to the tabletop to see all your notecards
    12. 12. Check the bird’s eye view for out-of-sight notecards
    13. 13. A notecard is an organizer for ideasCopy and paste here•Capture the author’s words and images•Get quotes and attribution right•Mark up the quote
    14. 14. Paraphrase or summarize Paraphrase here •Explain it to yourself •In words you understand •Look back at the quote – got it all?
    15. 15. “My Ideas” is for questions, brainstorming… Original thinking here •What do you wonder? •How does this fit with what you know? •What can you follow up on?
    16. 16. You’ll get quotes and attribution right!
    17. 17. Then start to mark it up
    18. 18. HelpClose reading boosts your comprehension
    19. 19. Explain it to yourself Help
    20. 20. If you have trouble identifying a main idea:1.Reread the quote to get the “gist.”2.Is there more than one main idea? If so, justsplit your quote into two notecards.
    21. 21. Help
    22. 22. Use “My Ideas” in a flexible way
    23. 23. If your note isn’tlinked to a source, find it in this list of all your sources
    24. 24. If you can, add a tag now…
    25. 25. …when you know more it will be easier!
    26. 26. Your new notecards are waiting on the tabletop
    27. 27. Add colors and cues to remind yourself what needs to be done and what’s important.
    28. 28. Search tags to highlight related ideas
    29. 29. Create a new pile from your highlighted notecards
    30. 30. Piles are possible subtopics for an outline
    31. 31. Build your outline on-the-fly…
    32. 32. …or create it before you take notes.
    33. 33. Drag notes and piles into your outline
    34. 34. Watch your outline grow as you add notecards
    35. 35. Organize flexibly and playfullyWhat notes have similar titles or topics?•Pile them together•Add them to your outline Experiment with the order, be curious!What if I make new combinations of notes?•Search by one or more tags to find common ideasamong notes•What other ways can I order my outline?•Do new grouping suggest new ways to analyze what Iknow? New ideas? New questions?
    36. 36. Review, reflect, reorder, reviseWhen you think you’re done, take another look!• Can I add more tags now that I know more? – Label details, themes, concepts• Other ways to order my ideas? – Reorder 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
    37. 37. Don’t forget to follow your ideas!
    38. 38. It’s easy to add more sources if you need to!
    39. 39. You can create a portfolio over time……and your work can never get lost!
    40. 40. Use your “noodle”!Stay organized, feel successful• Access your work from home and school• Safeguard against accidental plagiarism• Spend your time thinking and creating (not on commas)• Get curious, feel creative…have fun!
    41. 41. “Noodle” time…start thinking! Questions? For more teaching ideas: support [at] noodletools [dot] com
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