Library Card and Noodle Tool Account Login

Students should bring their Santa Clara County Library card information (card number and pin password) on Thursday and Friday, September 22 and 23. We will be using databases accessed through SCCL to obtain information on “what wavelength of light is most beneficial to plant growth.” Students and parents who don’t have a library card should […]

Let’s Pokemon Go Metric!

It has been almost 17 years since NASA lost its $125 million Mars Climate Orbiter because spacecraft engineers failed to convert from English to metric measurements when exchanging vital data between space agencies before the craft was launched. NASA has a long list of amazing accomplishments, but they will be the first to admit that this […]

Cornell Notes

The Cornell method provides a systematic format for condensing and organizing notes. The student divides the paper into two columns: the note-taking column is twice the size of the “cue” column. The student should leave several lines (about two inches) at the bottom of the page for a summary. Notes from a lecture are written […]

Noodle Tools Citations

Here are some tips that will help you cite references using Noodle Tools.: Log in to http://sccl.org and click on Research for Teens. Choose Science and Technology databases. Try Science Online for newspaper articles and basic info. Try Academic Search Complete for journal articles. Utilize keywords and “advanced search” tools (quotation marks, etc.)  to help you find […]