As part of the research project, students are expected to create bibliographies to cite their sources. The video demonstrates why students must cite their sources. The citation tools make it easy for all ages of students to be successful in creating a bibliography. Several of the citation tools include instructional videos on the tool and aspects of the research process. Includes links to eThemes Resources on copyright and writing a research paper.
Use this site for Bibliographic Citation Format for Elementary Students by grade level. Additional reference links are included such as EasyBib: Information Literacy Lesson Plans for grades 6-12, copyright, and more citation sources tools.
Use this interactive site to create citations for books, magazines, movies, websites, and more. It is free although users can make donations to support the site. A Help and FAQ button assists users to solve problems. Bibliographies can be saved.
These sites focus on the steps involved in writing a research paper. Learn how to brainstorm a topic, organize information, use transition words, and write bibliographies. There are tips and handouts on how to evaluate online sources, plus links to child-safe search engines. Includes links to eThemes Resources on online resources and graphic organizers
Learn about copyright law and the rules regarding the use of images, music, movies, text, software, and more. Find out if your use of copyrighted material falls under the Fair Use policy. Try the online calculator to determine if a work is in the public domain. Includes student activities. There is a link to eThemes Resource on Cyberethics: Downloading Music from the Internet.