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NoodleTools Tutorial

The full tutorial for NoodleTools, citation management and collaboration software

Sources within a Project

To add sources to a project

  1. Open the project dashboard and locate the Sources option.
  2. Click the Create new citation button.
  3. Follow the prompts.

Identifying Source Type

To identify the source, answer the following:

  1. "Where is it?" - Describes how you accessed the source.
  2. "What is it?" - Describes the type of material.


Entering the Information

Fill in as much information about your source as you can. An example of the input form is shown in the following image:

image shows web page details input boxes including URL, date of publication, contributors


You can choose to save this source in your final References list by using the checkbox within the window. The following image shows this option:

image shows text book under "annotation" section which stipulates to "include this source in my final references list."

Choose Save to save your citation.


If you are creating an Annotated Bibliography:

  1. Enter your source material
  2. Choose the option to “Save & add annotation” to add your paragraph summarizing and describing the source.
  3. Write your paragraph in the Edit annotation window, as shown in the following image:

image shows the "edit annotation" window open with a standard text entry box and options to bold, italicize, or underline text, as well as to Save and close the window.


Curious about Annotated Bibliographies? Check out these guides: