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NoodleTools and How It Works: Creating a NoodleTools ID

This guide will walk you through the steps of setting up a NoodleTools ID as a Kirtland student.

Need an ID?

If you have never used NoodleTools before, you need to create a Personal ID and Password.

The Kirtland Library recommends your Personal ID should be your Single-Sign On ID (6-digit student ID) and Password. DO NOT choose any other Personal ID! 

New users will set up their Personal ID by clicking on the button that says Register on the log-in screen. The log-in screen is shown on the Overview page of this guide.

Follow the steps below to complete the registration process.
 

On the New User Registration page do the following:  Step 1: Subscription Type. Choose, "an account linked to a school/library subscription." 2. About You.  Select I am a student or library patron.  3. Expected year of graduation:  Select the expected year of your graduation from the drop-down menu by clicking on the arrow in the box following, “expected year of graduation”.  4.  Choose a personal ID.  Your personal ID should be your single sign-on ID therefore it should be available.  5.  Password.  Your password should be your single sign-on password.  You will have to type it twice.  6.  Easy Login Retrieval. For your email enter your KMail address.  Below that enter your initials and the last 4 digits of your phone number to aid in retrieving your ID or password.  7.  Click on the Register button to activate your NoodleTools account. You will only need to create this account one time.

After You Register

After you register, you will see the Projects screen:

On the projects page, the new project button is in the upper left.

Already Have a NoodleTools ID?

If you are a seasoned NoodleTools user, simply enter your Personal ID and Password and click the Sign In button.

Do not create more than one NoodleTools account!

Note: If you forget your password, click on the  I forgot my password link found under the password box on the Register or Sign In page.