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NoodleTools for Creating Works Cited, Notecards, and Outlines: Starting Out and Citing

Learn to cite sources, develop notecards, and create an outline of your work using NoodleTools.

Why Cite?

  • Give Credit to the Author or Creator
  • Locate Sources
  • Avoid Plagiarism
  • Stay Organized

Class Assignment / Rubric

  • All your sources are correctly cited, and includes an appropriate range of relevant online and print sources.
  • Notecards about your sources are well organized, and identifies key points both in the author's quote and your assignment.
  • The notecards show you understand the author's meaning and/or you ask thoughtful questions.
  • Your outline's topic demonstrates original thinking, is well organized, and is relevant to your assignment.

How do I...?

Logging in to NoodleTools

Log in: NoodleTools

  • Create a personal ID, using your school login and password.
  • If NoodleTools asks for the school authenication information, the ID is polyuser and you may get the password from Ms. Callero.
  • To start a new project, find the Create a New Project button on the right side of the screen.
  • Choose the citation method required by your teacher.
  • Give your project a name.
  • Click Bibliography to start your works cited.

Citing Basics

Remember: When citing content from the Library's Online Databases, start by choosing "Online Database" in NoodleTools.

Selecting Online Database from source menu

Citation/Resource

This guide is available due to the hard work of:

Ms. Elisabeth Arbarbanel

Librarian

Brentwood School

Blog: http://www.bwscampus.net/infoeagles/

Thank you for allowing us to use and edit for our purposes.

Subject Guide

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