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NoodleTools is a full featured citation manager that will help you format and save your citations online.
1. When you connect to Noodletools, you will be prompted for your Oakton username and password (same as used for D2L and MyOakton).
2. Your next step depends on whether you are a returning user or a new user:
Returning user: If you have already registered a Personal ID and Password for NoodleTools, you can Sign In. New user: If you are a new NoodleTools user, select the Don't have an account? Register button to register a Personal ID and Password of your choice
Create a Citation - One Minute Video
" Create a Citation in NoodleTools." YouTube, uploaded by NoodleTools, 9 July 2021, https://youtu.be/GafnJtaO4Lk. (MLA citation)
NoodleTools Express - Easy Tool for 1 or 2 Citations
Does your paper or project just have one or two citations?
Noodle Tools Express can help you format your citations easily and quickly.
How to bring in your citation from our library databases
You can do a direct export from the Gale databases directly into NoodleTools! This includes these databases: Opposing Viewpoints and various Gale encyclopedias. For our other databases (such as EBSCO) you can copy and paste in the citation, using NoodleTool's "Quick Cite" process. Use this link to learn more about Quick Cite: How to use Quick Cite
Use the video below to learn how to import a citation from a Gale database: