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NoodleTools: Overview

Direct Login To NoodleTools Here

STEP 1: Log In

For first time users:

You will need to create an account. Watch this short video for step-by-step instructions.


For returning users:

1.  Go to: www.noodletools.com

2.  Fill in the Personal ID and Password boxes.

3.  Your Personal ID should be in the form of firstname.lastname

3.  Your password is the same as your Rasmussen password

4. Select Sign In


*Please Contact the Personal Support Center 1-866-693-2211 for questions on your personal account.

 **You may be asked for a school/library username and password. For that information see our FAQ.

STEP 2: Set Up Your List of Sources

1.  Once you've logged in, click on the green Create a New Project button in the upper left.

2.  The default settings should be APA and Advanced Style; leave as it is.

3.  Give your project a descriptive name so that you'll know what it refers to.

4. Select Submit.

5. To start citing sources, select Sources from the top.

6.  Click the green Create Citation button in the upper left. 

7. Select the type of source you are going to cite and go from there!


*Watch the NoodleTools webinar to the right for more thorough step-by-step instructions.

NoodleTools Student Guide

This below quick guide covers the following topics:

  • How to create a new account
  • How to start a new project and a source list
  • How to create notecards
  • How to share a project with your teacher
  • How to set up a project collaboration with your classmates

How do I create a NoodleTools account?

Webinar - Using NoodleTools

NoodleTools Faculty Guide

This quick guide covers the following topics:

  • How to create a new account
  • How to create a new project and add sources and notecards
  • How to set up a project inbox to receive student work and provide feedback

NoodleTools Help

NoodleTools has a large knowledge base where you can find help on a variety of topics, including: 

  • Logins and access
  • Projects and dashboard
  • Sources and citations
  • Notecards and outlines

Ask a Rasmussen Librarian!

Chat Hours

Monday-Thursday 10am - 4pm;
5pm- 9pm CT
Friday 10am - 4pm CT
Saturday 11am - 3pm CT
Sunday 5pm - 9pm CT

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