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NoodleTools

The full tutorial for NoodleTools, citation management and collaboration software

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About this Guide

NoodleTools allows for note-taking, outlining, citation, document archiving/annotation, and collaborative research and writing in one place.

This guide will walk you through the many aspects of NoodleTools.

The contents include the following:
 

  • Accessing NoodleTools
    Provides instructions for linking your NoodleTools account to your university email through Google.
     
  • Creating a Project
    Instructions for creating a project and navigating the project dashboard.
     
  • Entering Sources
    Instructions for entering sources into the citation generator.
     
  • Using Notecards
    Instructions for using the notecards feature to organize sources with the information you use from them.
     
  • Collaboration
    Instructions for utilizing the collaboration features so that multiple users can access the same material to work on group projects.
     
  • Get Help
    Provides support information, including access to live sessions on all of the research, citation, and writing resources offered by the library.
     

Our web guides are designed to be brief. If you need more detail than what we've provided here, check out our Google Doc at the following link (NOTE: You should be signed into your TU email in your browser to access this file):

Attend a Live Session!

We understand that some users may feel more comfortable attending a live instructional session rather than reading through a tutorial. If that applies to you, please register for our citation resources webinar to have a live walk-thru of the information contained in this guide, as well as a discussion of other tools such as Turnitin, Grammarly, and Academic Writer. If you register but cannot attend at the days/times offered, you'll receive a link to the recording of the session!

Additional Resources

Looking for information on our other citation and writing resources? Follow these links for additional access:

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