NoodleTools is a powerful platform where students can organize their research project, save their notes, and create and save their citations in the format required. It also allows for collaboration among students (group projects) and for faculty to give feedback. Each user needs to create a personal account so their work can be saved privately.
Step 1. Register and create a login and password for a Noodle Tools account.
Step 2. After you sign in, you will be on the Projects page.
Step 3. From the Dashboard of your project you can:
Step 4. Click on Sources and create your citations.
Step 5. Don't forget to log out of Noodle Tools when you finish.
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The Ozuna Library holds a subscription to the New York Times Online.
If you are a first time user to the New York Times , there are a few steps to log in and create an account.
If you are on campus:
If you are on off campus:
After you set up and account, you can access NYTimes.com. Once a year, you will be prompted to reauthenticate to ensure that you are active within the PAC subscription. You will just have to go through the series of reauthentication prompts (see below). Please note that this is a subscription for current PAC students and PAC employees.
Reauthentication of NYT Account
1. Go to the link from the NYT link in library databases (so the NYT system will read the PAC IP address as authentication).
2. You will be prompted to follow instructions for on or off campus. Select the appropriate option and proceed.
3. You will be prompted to create an account or login by clicking on the Already a User link (select this option).
4.Once you enter your email, the system will recognize your email and prompt you to reauthenticate.
*Please note that you may receive a web security prompt. Forward through the prompt to proceed with reauthentication.