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email@example.com – network password
Accessing NoodleTools with your PV Google Login
To log into NoodleTools, there are two options:
• Open a Google Chrome window and log into Google Chrome using your PV Google ID and then access NoodleTools from the Google Universal Navigation menu (aka the waffle) like the one pictured to the right
• Or, after you log into Chrome, you can click on this link.
Linking Existing or Creating New Accounts
If this is the first time you have logged in through Google Apps, a screen will come up to give you an opportunity to either create a new account or to link an existing account to this Google Apps login.
To link an existing account:
Enter the ID and password associated with the existing account and click Submit. This Google account will now be associated with that existing NoodleTools account, and you will see your projects when you log in. See the example window to the right.
Creating a new account:
If you are new to NoodleTools or no longer need your old work, you can choose the Create a new account option on the screen. This will generate a new (empty) NoodleTools account in the system.
Use this guide to answer…
What is MLA format?
How do I format my paper?
How do I do in-text or parenthetical citations?
Detailed MLA formatting information for research papers and more.
|Online FlipBook to help with citing databases in NoodleTools.|
|MLA Citation Basics – EBook|
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