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NoodleTools

NoodleTools, Inc. was co-founded in 1999 by mother and son team Debbie and Damon Abilock. NoodleTools' flagship product, NoodleBib, has emerged as the leading bibliography software on the Internet, transforming bibliographic instruction methodologies in thousands of subscribing schools and libraries. The NoodleTools team offers expert help and unparalleled customer support to the students and professionals who depend on NoodleBib and other award-winning tools in the NoodleTools research suite. NoodleBib is a fully-integrated note-taking and documentation program which is anchored in the best practices of academic research and inquiry learning. Known as the most comprehensive and accurate MLA- and APA-style bibliography composer on the Web, NoodleBib now includes a note-taking component... Show More
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John Sullivan
John Sullivan (Faculty)
1 year ago

This requires a subscription. Only useful if the college already subscribes.

Bobbie Gore
Bobbie Gore (Faculty)
1 year ago

This is a great resource, especially the tools and materials in teacher resources. I plan to use it in my courses as a supplement.

Used in course? Yes
Time spent reviewing site: 25 mi8n.
Carol Helton
Carol Helton (Faculty)
5 years ago

NoodleTools can assist students in creating citations in MLA, APA, or Chicago style.  It still is necessary for students to read the instructions in order to correctly capitalize the titles.

Used in course? Yes
Jane Moore
Jane Moore (Faculty)
9 years ago
I put this link on every syllabus for every class I teach. One of the issues I have with grading papers that are supposed to be APA format is that the students are blissfully unaware of the correct format. They need only read the prompts and type in their material and a correct citation is generated. This is a wonderful tool. Additionally for a minimal fee, you are able to create whole bibliographies which can be exported...much cheaper than a bibliographic program.
Used in course? Yes