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7th Grade Science - Endangered Species Research: Works Cited

Linking NoodleTools Works Cited Google Doc to a Glog

Log into NoodleTools.

1. Click on your Science project (should be named Gr7Sci- species name)
 
2. From Dashboard screen go to Works Cited page under Components.
 
3. Click on Print/Export button near top left of MLA Works Cited screen.
 
4. Select Print/Export to Google Docs.
 
5. Google Doc file named Sources for 'your project name' opens automatically.
 
6. Click the Share button in top right of screen.
 
7. Click on "get shareable link" in top right of pop up box.
 
8. Link sharing ON should say - Anyone at Bernardsboe.com can view  (click dropdown to change if needed)
 
9. Click Copy link and DONE button.
 
 
Log into Glogster.
1. Edit your endangered species glog.
 
2. Select Graphics from Tool Bar and then select Papers.
 
3. Page through graphics until you find the purple push pin graphic.  Select it and click Use It.
 
4. Select the purple push pin graphic on your glog.
 
5. Click the linked chain icon for the push pin.
 
6. Paste the saved Google Docs link into the pop up box. Click DONE.

How To Attach a NoodleTools WORD doc Works Cited Page to a Glog in Glogster

Log into NoodleTools.

1. Click on Science project (should be named Gr7Sci- species name)
 
2. From Dashboard screen go to Works Cited page under Components.
 
3. Click on Print/Export button near top left of MLA Works Cited screen.
 
4. Select Print/Export to Word.
 
5. Open file.
 
6. ***Do a File "Save As" to save file to your personal H: drive.   Double click on Computer, then select the drive with your name. ***
        - Change name of file to Science Works Cited.

        -  Click Save

 
 
Log into Glogster.
1. Edit your endangered species glog.
 
2. Select Data from black menu bar.
 
3. Click Upload arrow, then select your Science Works Cited file and click Use It. It may take a few seconds for file to upload.
 
4. Paperclip will turn green and will see file name in Attachment box.
 
5. Can click the paperclip and select file name to view the file.