Grizzell Library Learning Commons

The traditional idea of the library is the consumption of knowledge; but in the learning commons, we add the creation of knowledge. It is a place to build, create, make, edit, experiment, collaborate, and produce!
Our mission is to prepare students for lifelong learning.
Lifelong Learners know how information is organized, how to find it,
and how to use it. In a complex world of digital information sources,
our students must become information literate. Information Literacy is
the set of skills needed to locate, retrieve, analyze, and use information.
We provide a variety of excellent databases (organized collection of
electronic and digital sources) which have been reviewed for our
students on the basis of:
Credible (Believable) 
Written by authors with credentials (education)
Mrs. Moshiri - Information and Research Teacher
Wendy Moulton - Library Assistant 
GMS Cross Country - Head Coach
GMS Tennis Boys - Head Coach
Power of the Pen - Co-Coach

Noodletools HELP

Noodletools HELP 2015528141314389_image.png

GENERAL - How to create a bibliography using Noodletools: 
SHORTCUT (cut and paste) to citing sources using Noodletools

How do I create a NOTECARD for my citation?

Sharing and Collaborating?

How do I share a project with my TEACHER?

How do I set up collaboration with my TEAMMATES?

Watch Noodletools Mrs. Moshiri's SCREENCASTS
(created just for GMS) SEE BELOW
New User Noodletools
Quicktime video to illustrate how to create a new Noodletools Account 2013
Download This Podcast
Creating a new project
This screencast shows you how to create a new project for a bibliography
Download This Podcast
Noodletools Sharing
Explains how to share a project with a teacher.
Download This Podcast
Introduction to GALE
This is a screencast which overviews the layout of GALE and how to access the different features.
Download This Podcast
header background image

View text-based website