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How to create and save notecards in NoodleTools.

How to create and save notecards in NoodleTools.

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NoodleTools Notecards 0912 NoodleTools Notecards 0912 Presentation Transcript

  • 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. View slide
  • Open your bibliography from the toolbar above or from Components below View slide
  • 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 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!
  • 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 next slide for an example.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Choose the source your notecard should be linked to, create your notecard and SAVE.
  • 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.
  • 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.