NoodleTools is a citation and research organizer available to all Campbell Students. It offers a number of helpful features, including:
- Digital note-taking tools to capture research notes and quotations (and keep up with their sources)
- Research organization tools to sort your research and create outlines for your research projects
- A full-featured citation tool, featuring:
- Easy citation import from numerous Cobb Digital Library databases
- Easy citation creation for other databases, web pages, and book sources
- Support for MLA, APA, and Chicago formats
- Fully formatted bibliographies, exported to Google Docs, Microsoft Word, HTML, and other formats
Click the button above or use the link in Cobb Digital Library to open NoodleTools
OR go directly to Noodletools.com, click Log In, then click Microsoft 365
Log in using your Office 365 username and password.
Your friendly Campbell Commons library media specialists are happy to help you with NoodleTools, but here’s a little introduction to get you started:
Making the Most of NoodleTools Features
Manage your work
When you are ready to begin research, create a NoodleTools project. Add collaborators if you’re working with a group. Share your project with your teacher’s assignment inbox to allow them to view and give feedback on your source citations, notecards, outline, and file attachments.
Cite your sources
Generate accurate MLA, APA, or Chicago-style citations and format your in-text citations or footnotes. Use an ISBN number or DOI to import citation information for books, articles, and reports, or take advantage of our “Export to NoodleTools” database integrations to produce citations from their article metadata.
Take notes and develop ideas
Make connections, develop original ideas and articulate arguments. Use our intuitive, visual “tabletop” to manipulate, tag and pile notecards, then connect them to topics in your outline to prepare for writing.
(The section above was copied with permission from the NoodleTools Help page.)
For more information about using NoodleTools, check the Knowledge Base, or ask the Campbell Commons staff.