Overview: There are a number of ways that schools configure NoodleTools to allow students to log in. If you're having trouble, check with your teacher or school librarian.
This article applies to:
✔︎ NoodleTools School Subscription
✗ NoodleTools Individual License
✗ NoodleTools MLA Lite
✗ NoodleTools Express
If your school uses single sign on (Google, Microsoft 365, Clever, Classlink) for access, do not follow the steps in this article -- just click the associated button on the NoodleTools login screen to enter.
To register, our system needs to identify that you are entering through a school's active subscription. Schools use a few different methods to verify that, so check with your librarian if you aren't sure which of these are enabled for you (there can be more than one in place):
Case 1: Your school uses on-campus IP authentication
Our system automatically detects that you are using a computer that is on the school campus, so just click the link Register on the NoodleTools sign in screen.
Case 2: Your school uses EZproxy (or similar proxy) authentication
Your school provides a special "proxy" link that that might look something like this:
Under "About You," keep "I am a student or library patron" selected if you are a student. Teachers will change this to "I am a teacher or librarian" (which allows them to create assignment inboxes and receive student work).
If your school is under a larger district or consortium license, you may also need to select your specific school from a dropdown list. If you are a student, select the year you expect to graduate.