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HOW DO I? Request an Item the Library Doesn't Own
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Use Noodletools

The Hulbert Taft, Jr. Library

How Do I?: Use Noodletools

Noodletools Features

NoodleTools General Tips

1. Where did you find your source?

  • Most likely it will be one of these:
    • Database 
    • Website

2. What is your source?

  • Most likely, it will be one of these:
    • Journal
    • Newspaper
    • Book
    • Reference Source
    • Web Page

Not sure? Ask Mr. Padgett or Ms. Taylor!

Noodletools Source Types

NOTE: NoodleTools interface has been updated since these presentations were created. While the look of NoodleTools has changed, the steps to create citations have not. (1/2020)

Notecards in Flow

Want to take notes without breaking your citing flow? Just click on "New" under "Notecards" after you finish your citation! They will automatically be associated with your source, and you can organize them on your notecards desktop later!

NoodleTools Notecards

NoodleTools Footnotes