Freshmen Learn About Noodle What?

Posted: 11/23/2010 by gemme2011 in News, OHCHS Life

by Elizabeth Gemme

When entering the OHCHS library, it’s hard to ignore librarian, Mrs. St. John, teaching freshmen classes about the computer program, Noodle Tools. Noodle Tools is a web-based tool used to help with major projects and research papers. “I think it’s a great program,” says Mr. Cummings, another librarian at Oxford Hills. “I used it in school. It saves you hours of work.”

Chris Searle and Ian McNaught-Davis ('Mac') on...

Image by jabberwock via Flickr

So why introduce these first year students to this great program so late in the school year? “This is the best time,” says Mr. Cummings,  as this is the first, major research paper being assigned to freshmen.

Although the lessons are often time-consuming and tedious, Noodle Tools is clearly something that these freshmen will use now and for the rest of their time at Oxford Hills.

  1. Tayla says:

    I though it was really good and awesome. There were lots of info in this paragraph.

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