The Taft School Library
Welcome to NoodleTools
We’ll look at the Salem Witch Trials project
There are currently 4 sources in the Bibliography
and 3 notecards.
Open your bibliography
from the toolbar above or from Components below
Your sources and notecards are linked
Click New to create a new notecard
from the corresponding source
A new notecard automatically linked to the source
Direct Quotation = Author’s exact words or images
Remember to include the page number(s) if given
(they are not always ava...
Paraphrase = Summarize in your own words
A paraphrase must be cited just like a direct quotation.
Scroll down
My Ideas = What do you think?
How does it fit in your research?
Ask questions
Evaluate ideas
You can use only one, two, or all three spaces.
For example, you may have a Paraphrase
and your own thoughts as well.
See ...
Example of a Direct Quotation card
(don’t forget your page number, if available)
You can highlight important phrases or id...
Remember to SAVE your notecard!
Example of a Direct Quotation card
Click Show to view your notecard
within the context of your bibliography
A notecard with a Paraphrase
and your own ideas too.
Edit, Print or Delete your notecard
Click here to view ALL your notecards
on your virtual tabletop
Welcome to Your Virtual Tabletop
Your new notecards are waiting here
Drag new notecards from dock to tabletop
Click here to create a new notecard
Open the drop-down menu and
Select the source
the notecard should be linked to,
create the card and SAVE.
The Tabletop Navigation Box helps you
keep track of all your notecards.
You can move it around to locate your cards.
Tip: ...
Questions?
Please ask us… or
click on Help
See the Virtual Tabletop tutorial for
more on organizing your
notecards, how to...
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  1. 1. The Taft School Library Welcome to NoodleTools
  2. 2. We’ll look at the Salem Witch Trials project
  3. 3. There are currently 4 sources in the Bibliography and 3 notecards.
  4. 4. Open your bibliography from the toolbar above or from Components below
  5. 5. Your sources and notecards are linked
  6. 6. Click New to create a new notecard from the corresponding source
  7. 7. A new notecard automatically linked to the source
  8. 8. Direct Quotation = Author’s exact words or images Remember to include the page number(s) if given (they are not always available in an electronic source) If your source is a website, provide the URL. Tip: Copy-and-paste You’ll get quotes and attribution right!
  9. 9. Paraphrase = Summarize in your own words A paraphrase must be cited just like a direct quotation. Scroll down
  10. 10. My Ideas = What do you think? How does it fit in your research? Ask questions Evaluate ideas
  11. 11. You can use only one, two, or all three spaces. For example, you may have a Paraphrase and your own thoughts as well. See next slide for an example.
  12. 12. Example of a Direct Quotation card (don’t forget your page number, if available) You can highlight important phrases or ideas, and use other word processing features too.
  13. 13. Remember to SAVE your notecard! Example of a Direct Quotation card
  14. 14. Click Show to view your notecard within the context of your bibliography
  15. 15. A notecard with a Paraphrase and your own ideas too.
  16. 16. Edit, Print or Delete your notecard
  17. 17. Click here to view ALL your notecards on your virtual tabletop
  18. 18. Welcome to Your Virtual Tabletop Your new notecards are waiting here
  19. 19. Drag new notecards from dock to tabletop
  20. 20. Click here to create a new notecard
  21. 21. Open the drop-down menu and Select the source the notecard should be linked to, create the card and SAVE.
  22. 22. The Tabletop Navigation Box helps you keep track of all your notecards. You can move it around to locate your cards. Tip: If you can’t find notecards you know you created, look at your navigation box.
  23. 23. Questions? Please ask us… or click on Help See the Virtual Tabletop tutorial for more on organizing your notecards, how to use your tabletop and creating an Outline.
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