Using Electronic Notecards: How Are They Working for You?

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For the last week and a half, we have been working with 9th grade English students from Ms. Nayman and Ms. Shearer on Elizabethan research.

One new skill we have introduced in this research project is the use of the electronic notecards in NoodleTools.  We would like your feedback on how this method of notetaking  has worked for you.

  • Do you like the electronic notecards in NoodleTools?
  • Why or why not?
  • Would you use them again for other research projects even if the teacher did not require it?

Please let us know what you think!  Remember to put only your first name on your comment submission.  Thanks!

Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. Fleet

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6 thoughts on “Using Electronic Notecards: How Are They Working for You?

  1. Robbie

    I love notecards.
    They rock my sock.
    And they are sexy.

  2. Cole

    The notecards just make things so easy and they are such a time saver!

  3. Jessica Udall-7th

    For my lit class we are using electronic notecards through noodletools. I am quite satisfied with the end product! It lists not only the direct quotes from my paper, but my paraphrases and ideas too! I will definitely be using them with my next big project!

  4. Therese Boutwell

    Yes, i really like the electronic notecards. They are alot easier than to write it all down on a regualar notcard. I would love to keep using them!!

  5. Courtney

    I like the electronic notecards that Noodletools has. I think that they are useful because they let you put your thoughts and ideas, along with the direct quote and paraphrased information. If I had to do another project I would use Noodle tools notecards again without a doubt.

  6. Kalin G.

    Thank you for showing me how to do this, even though I didnt like to use them.

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