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How to Use WorldCat in NoodleTools
If citing a book or other non-periodical source, use WorldCat (a global catalog of library collections) to import the source information directly into the NoodleTools form. Select ISBN, Title or Author/Editor from the Import menu, enter the search term in the next field, then click Search.
In your search results, select the source you used and click Import selected source. If there are many results, you can further limit your search here by publication date, contributor, or title.
Review the imported data and make corrections where needed. NoodleTools makes an intelligent first pass over the data to auto-correct the imported elements based on the citation style you are working with, but you will often still need to make further tweaks. Click Continue to import the information into the NoodleTools form.
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NoodleTools Quick Guide for Students
This guide covers the following topics: (1) How to create a new account; (2) How to start a new project and a source list; (3) How to create notecards; (4) How to share a project with your teacher; and (5) How to set up a project collaboration with your classmates.
NoodleTools Help Desk
Find tutorials to help with all aspects of using NoodleTools, or submit a help request ticket.
NoodleTools Quick Guide for Librarians & Teachers
This guide covers the following topics: (1) How to create a new account; (2) How to create a new project and add sources and notecards; and (3) How to set up a project inbox to receive student work and provide feedback.