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How to export sources to Google Doc
Export your sources in 4 steps:
1. Select "Print/Export" at top of your Sources screen.
2. Select "Print/Export to Google Doc" on the menu. ( If nothing happens, check to make sure your browser's pop-up blocker is disabled for NoodleTools.)
3. Google will prompt you to log into your Google Drive. Select the account with the same address that is entered in your profile under "My account."
4. After you are logged into your Google Drive, Google will automatically open a new document with your sources.
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NoodleTools Quick Guide for Students
This guide covers the following topics: (1) How to create a new account; (2) How to start a new project and a source list; (3) How to create notecards; (4) How to share a project with your teacher; and (5) How to set up a project collaboration with your classmates.
NoodleTools Help Desk
Find tutorials to help with all aspects of using NoodleTools, or submit a help request ticket.
NoodleTools Quick Guide for Librarians & Teachers
This guide covers the following topics: (1) How to create a new account; (2) How to create a new project and add sources and notecards; and (3) How to set up a project inbox to receive student work and provide feedback.
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By Email - Susan Trower