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NoodleTools: About NoodleTools

About NoodleTools

NoodleTools is a citation generator which contains the additional functionality of creating note cards among other writing tools.

With NoodleTools you can create full bibliographies, generate citations, generate in-text citations, and more, all in MLA, APA, and Chicago Styles. What you create is also exportable as a Word docx format.

When using NoodleTools, your work is saved in personal folders. Your Personal ID is the key to your personal folders and once you are logged in, you have access to your personal folders from any computer with Internet access.   

Important: Your personal ID is NOT THE SAME as your school or library subscription username/password!  Use this NoodleTools link to create an account and sign-in.


Signing Up Without Being Authenticated

Please sign up / register for NoodleTools using the link above or:

Through the link on the PBSC libraries homepage

Through the link found on A-Z Databases 

If these methods still do not allow you to authenticate, you can go straight to the NoodleTools website here, then:

  • Select login
  • Next, select register
  • Check the item that says "An account linked to a school/library subscription or trial"
  • Enter "pbccstudent" for "school/library username"
  • Enter "panther" for "school/library password"
  • Lastly, create your own unique ID and password 

NoodleTools Help Desk



Using NoodleTools Tutorial Video

NoodleTools Login / Create an Account

  1. To register for NoodleTools click here 
  2. You will first be prompted to sign in using your PBSC credentials
  3. Once logged in, click on the blue "register" button at the bottom. (Notice the green text that states you are authenticated though PBSC. Make sure you see that)

Create an account. (You will create a unique personal ID and password for logging in)


More Citation Help

Academic Writer / APA Style Central (Citation Software Tool)

APA 7 Guide (PBSC)

Annotated Bibliography (Cornell University)

MLA 9 Guide (PBSC)

Plagiarism Resource Center (PBSC)

OWL at Purdue (MLA Style)