|Summary||NoodleTools is citation management software for research projects|
|Author||Maintained by Matthijs van Mierlo|
|Help||Get help with this article|
|Status||Up-to-date for the 2023-2024 school year.|
NoodleTools is a citation management software for research projects and papers. As a school, we provide a license to all faculty and students at the Hill Campus. With NoodleTools, you can easily organize your research projects and papers and do things such as:
- Create citations in a variety of standard formats (MLA, APA, etc.)
- Organize citations within a project
- Create and organize notecards linked to sources in your project
- Collaborate on the same project with classmates or peers
- Share your project with your teacher(s)
More in-depth explanations of these features and be found on the NoodleTools tutorial page linked here.
Log-in to NoodleTools
As a faculty, staff, or student, you can access NoodleTools as follows:
- Go to the following link: https://my.noodletools.com/logon/signin or access NoodleTools through my.riverdale.edu.
- If you Sign-In through the my.riverdale.edu portal, click on the NoodleTools icon in your myRiverdale dashboard
- Make sure to Sign-in with Google (if prompted) using your Riverdale email address and your Riverdale passphrase
After logging in, you will have access to all of NoodleTools' features including citation management and notecards. All members of the Hill Campus (students and faculty) have access to NoodleTools for use in courses or for school-related work.
NoodleTools organizes your citations within Projects that you create. You can add, edit, delete citations and also create notecards, the possibilities are endless! Use the links below to learn how you can create projects and organize citations effectively.
- How to create a project
- Citing sources
- Creating and organizing notecards
- Work collaboratively with other students, classmates, or colleagues
Collect Student Projects
NoodleTools allows teachers to collect student projects through a mechanism called the Assignment Inbox. For each assignment in your course, create a separate Assignment Inbox with a descriptive name (ex. History 10 Research Project 22-23). Follow these tutorials to get started with Assignment Inbox and collect/view student work during their research process!
- Create an assignment inbox
- Explain to students how to share their project with their teacher
- Remind students that they can collaborate with peers on projects if needed
Any other questions?
Remember you can always reach out to a member of the Tech Team for assistance! If you have questions about NoodleTools that are not covered in this article, you can always dial x50 from a campus phone, submit a ticket, or visit us at the Help Desk in the cafeteria. More than happy to help!