Overview: Welcome to NoodleTools! This article will get you logged in and pointed in the right direction, after which you can dive deeper with our other tutorials.
This article applies to:
✔︎ NoodleTools School Subscription
✗ NoodleTools Individual License
✗ NoodleTools MLA Lite
✗ NoodleTools Express
1. If your school has Google, Microsoft 365, Clever or ClassLink SSO enabled with us...
Click the appropriate button on the right side of the login screen (more help via links here):
- How to log into NoodleTools through Google
- How to log into NoodleTools through Microsoft 365
- How to log into NoodleTools through Clever
2. If your school does not use one of these SSO options for access...
Click the Register button on the login screen. Depending on how your school has configured authentication, you may be prompted for a school username and password after clicking Register. If you do not know that login, ask your school's NoodleTools administrator.
On the New User Registration screen, select "I am a teacher or librarian." To complete registration, you will select a personal ID (username) and password for yourself and provide a few other details to complete your user profile.
After you log in, the Projects screen will open.
To create a new project and add sources and notecards, see steps 3-6 in this guide: "Quick guide for students."
An assignment inbox allows a class of students to submit projects to you for review. You can monitor their progress (in real-time) and provide helpful feedback.
Click Inboxes in the blue panel on the left. On the Inboxes screen, click the green New Inbox button. Refer to "How to create an assignment inbox" for details and helpful hints.
To learn how to send feedback to a student, see "How to send feedback to a student in a shared project."
To better understand how students will share projects with your assignment inbox, see "How to share a project with your teacher."
To see how students collaborate on projects with their classmates, see "How to work on a collaborative project with other students."