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Last Updated: Sep 24, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
Cite your Sources (NoodleTools) Print Page

Quick Start Guide

To keep track of your sources and notes do this!

1. Click on NoodleTools

2. Set up an account. Username MUST BE lastname_studentid Password MUST BE birthday (YYYYMMDD)

3. Begin a new list.

4. Name it with the name of your topic.

5. Select a type of source.

6. Start entering resources.

7. Check for errors!

8. Make notes on notecards.

To print your bibliography do this!

1. Click on MY LISTS.

2. Click on the list for this project.

3. Click on PRINT.


5. Hand it in to your teacher and receive praise.




Using NoodleTools makes citing your sources easy.  You can also use it to keep your notes.  If you used the site last year, your user name and password is still valid.  If you do not have a NoodleTools account, please click on "Setting Up a NoodleTools Account" below and watch this quick tutorial.

  • Noodletools
    a website for citing sources and keeping notes all in one place!
  • Setting up a Noodletools account
    click here for a short video tutorial on setting up a Noodletools account for the first time.
  • Creating a citation
    Click here for a video tutorial on creating your first citation.
  • Using Notecards
    Click on the above link to learn how to create notecards and use them to organize your project.
  • Using the DropBox
    Click here for a short video tutorial on printing/ sharing your works cited page once it is finished.
  • Question about Noodletools?
    Check this user's guide for any questions about citing sources or using note cards.

How to Create Notecards and Citations


Research Can Be Fun! Use your Noodle!


Share your List with a group


  1. Log in to your own NoodleTools account.
  2. Check off the box to the left of the list for this assignment.
  3. Click the ‘copy’ button to the right of the list.
  4. On the next screen choose:
    Copy to another user’s folder.
  5. Enter one of your groupmate’s personal ID.
  6. Name the list something in the description box. You might want to name it something like: Pam’s North Korea List.
  7. Hit the ‘duplicate’ button.
  8. Repeat for each member of your group.
  9. You may need to refresh your screen at this point. Your groupmates lists should be there now, giving you access to their list of sources and their notes.
  10. You may choose to ‘merge’ your lists later on. If so, click on the boxes to the left of each list and then click on the ‘merge’ button at the bottom of the page.
  11. Voila! Right?


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