Last Updated: Jul 1, 2015
Books (as well as quality websites) will help you/your students to establish "informed opinions" rather than "personal opinions."
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- 1. NoodleTools
Use NoodleTools to stay organized and manage projects: research questions, thesis statement, to-do list, notecards, bibliography.
- 2. Sweet Search
Look beyond Google...
Sweet Search is a search engine for students.
- 3. The Big 6
Research is a process...
The Big 6 (Super 3 for K-2)- teaches students to systematically find, use, apply, and evaluate information.
- 4. Google's Advanced Search
Start broad and then narrow results.
Teach students to narrow results through advanced search techniques.
- 5. Deep Web Directory
The deep web refers to World Wide Web content that is not part of the surface Web, which is indexed by standard search engines. (not wikipedia)
- 6. The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
See why information quality is an issue on the web, especially for academic research. Learn how to avoid time wasting on Internet searching, scams and hoaxes.
- 7. Teaching With Documents
From the National Archives- these lesson plans, worksheets, and other tools help teachers to utilize primary sources.
- 8. Cite Sources Grades1-6
From Nauset Public Schools- a grade by grade description of how students can cite a source.
- 9. PRHS Library Databases
Teach your students to access these resources first.
- 10. Google Docs
Set up a Google Account and access your documents from anywhere (with Internet access).