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 bibliography composer on the Web, NoodleBib includes a note-taking component which enables students to extract, organize and synthesize information that they find during the research process. NoodleBib is a flexible teaching tool which supports both individual learning preferences and a variety of teaching styles.
Teaches evaluation and analysis; not simply a "machine" that automates the process.
Extensive help for each citation element at the point of need.
Guides learner through difficult decisions about the source material.
Fast, personal responses to individual citation questions.
Generates parenthetical reference for each citation, with additional advanced help.
Checks for mistakes in punctuation, abbreviations, and more.
Promotes Ethical Research
Ease of use and expert advice gives students confidence to cite even the trickiest sources.
Online note cards capture author's words, images, graphs, and original formatting.
Software guides student through paraphrasing and prompts for original thinking.
Built-in editor enables annotation of notes, improving comprehension, analysis and reflection.
Note cards linked to citations to ensure proper attribution.
Assessment for Learning
Students share working bibliographies and note cards with teachers for feedback.
While viewing a student's citation form, teacher can insert comments and ask questions.
Statistical graphs analyze quantity, variety and currency of sources.
Convenient and Up-to-Date
Web-based, saved work can be accessed from any computer, no software to install.
Bibliographies and notecards can be exported directly to Word.
Prompt software changes to conform to current MLA, APA, and Chicago/Turabian rules.
Real-time usage statistics and graphs.
Customization of features and preferences.
Web-based subscription and user management.
NoodleBib is available as a subscription. Subscriptions can initially be prorated to coincide with desired expiration date. Acces is available via username/password, IP (including access via proxy server), referring URL, or library barcode number. All subscriptions include remote access.