If you are a NoodleTools user, this post applies to you. Over the summer, we transitioned to NoodleTools’s new single sign-on (SSO) authentication. This means that students and teachers, alike, will be able to use their Google username and password to access the program, which is most commonly used for developing Works Cited and Reference List pages for research assignments (but it has many other functions, too).
How do I access NoodleTools?
There are two ways:
1. When you are already logged into Google, use the Google Apps menu to navigate to the NoodleTools button, as pictured below.
2. Or, visit your Information and Learning Center (ILC) website to access the direct link. You will have to use this option if you’re using an iPad or other mobile device.
How do I create an account?
If you already have an account and want to save your past projects, you will need to link your old account to the new one the first time you login. All you need to know is your old NoodleTools username and password (good luck).
If you don’t care about your old projects, then you can create a new account. The screen will look like this:
If you have questions or would like more information about how you can use NoodleTools with your students for their research assignments, please contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kellie (email@example.com). Also, feel free to visit this NoodleTools webpage for more information or assistance.
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