NoodleTools partners with NHD and offers NHD teachers the ability to sign up their school and gain a free NoodleTools account for students to use as they develop their NHD projects. For more information, click here. Thank you to Rigele Abilock, President, Corporate Strategy & Operations at NoodleTools, for contributing this post to the Voice of NHD.
As your students begin researching their NHD topics, they’ll want to keep track of their sources. Here are resources to support the working bibliography process.
Once you and your NHD students are enrolled in NoodleTools, your NHD students can also download the NoodleTools Companion App here. Use the app to scan a book’s ISBN or search by author/title to generate a perfectly formatted citation. After adding an annotation (or notes), the citation is routed directly into the student’s working bibliography in NoodleTools.
Students can link an archived PDF copy of an online source directly to each citation entry. This allows both them – and you – to conveniently refer back at the source linked to each bibliographic reference.
NoodleTools “Show Me” modules guide students in identifying tricky source types, including primary sources, and in assessing the relevance and credibility of information. Show Me modules are directly embedded in the NoodleTools citation screens at the point-of-need, but also available as standalone teaching resources here.
If you haven’t already done so, click here to request NoodleTools access for yourself and your NHD student applicants!