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    • 1. NoodleBib Helps you use your “noodle”!
      Taking notes
    • 2. What is NoodleBib?
      Create, store, organize
      Create a bibliography
      Take notes online
      Organize your notes
      Develop your own ideas
      Think about what’s important
      Create [essay, speech, product…]
    • 3. Citations + notes =
      Work you’ll be proud of!
      Create an accurate, relevant [source list, bibliography]
      Correct style, punctuation, formatting
      Prompts you to check for quality, balance
      Take good notes, keep them organized
      Sources stay linked to notes
      Easy to quote and reference
      Summarize, evaluate, question
      Organize ideas thoughtfully before writing
    • 4. Your work is organized into projects.
      Open a project you’ve started…or start a new one
    • 5. Manage a project from your dashboard
    • 6. Keep track of your goal and the assignments
    • 7. Get feedback from your instructor and revise in an organized way
    • 8. List view shows notes
    • 9. Source
      Your notes and sources stay linked
    • 10. 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
    • 11. Cut-and-paste first
      Author’s image
      Author’s words
    • 12. You’ll get quotes and attribution right!
    • 13. Reread and color-code information
      Highlight main ideas
      Green for statistics
      Red for problems
    • 14. Annotating helps you understand
    • 15. Explain it to yourself*
      *Using words that you understand
    • 16. What do you think?
      I wonder…?
      “To do” next
    • 17. Add the main idea last
    • 18. Add tags now…or later*
      *It’s easier to add tags when you know more
    • 19. You can always go back to the source
      Sometimes rereading clears up questions
    • 20. Your new notes
      Use your tabletop to organize notes
    • 21. Drag notes
      Sort notes however you like!
    • 22. Make piles
      Group notes that you feel belong together
    • 23. A bird’s eye view
      Your tabletop is larger than the screen
      Take as many notes as you need to!
    • 24. Add reminders, colors and tags
      Label your notes with visual cues
    • 25. Build your outline on-the-fly…
    • 26. …or create it before you take notes
    • 27. Drag notes and piles into your outline
    • 28. Get help along the way
      Get feedback, make changes
      Print out [source list, notes]
      E-mail [source list, notes]
      Fill in [assignment drop box] to share your list with [Teacher’s name] to get tips and comments
    • 29. Enough information?
      When you think you’re done, review your work
      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
    • 30. Organizing information
      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 among notes
      What other ways can I order my outline?
      Do new grouping suggest new ways to analyze what I know? New ideas? New questions?
    • 31. Don’t forget to follow yourideas!
    • 32. Easy to add more sources if you need to!
    • 33. …and your work can never get lost!
    • 34. What students say…
      “I love your site! Thank you so much. My senior paper would be taking me about 10 times as long!”
      “You guys are amazing!! I shared the site with my whole English class. Your bibliography program is incredible! It made making my bibliography faster, easier, and even fun!”
      “I overheard a young man whining to another student about a research assignment. The second student said, ‘Oh get over it, just use NoodleTools.’” (reported by librarian)
    • 35. 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!
    • 36. “Noodle” time…start thinking!
      For more teaching ideas: support [at] noodletools [dot] com