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Presentation about electronic tools for teaching k-12 students about citing sources. Web based bibliography makers are shown with comparisons and a companion web site. Citing sources is placed with in ...

Presentation about electronic tools for teaching k-12 students about citing sources. Web based bibliography makers are shown with comparisons and a companion web site. Citing sources is placed with in a continuum of learning to do research.

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  • 1. Nadean Meyer NCCE 2010 http://www.ashar.org
  • 2. Nadean Meyer
    • Learning Resources Librarian
    • Eastern Washington University
    • [email_address]
  • 3.
    • Why cite?
    • What to cite?
    • When to cite?
    • How to cite? MLA
    • Electronic Tools- free and subscription
    • Annotated Bibliography
    • More sources - http://sites.google.com/site/k12cite
  • 4. Information- Questions
    • Middle School ?
    • High School ?
    • Administrators ?
    • Other ?
    • Require MLA?
    • Require partial MLA ?
    • Works cited for research papers? How many per year?
    • Works cited for presentations?
    • Works cited for multimedia?
  • 5. RefWorks product at many universities
    • Web-based
    • Account
    • Export data directly from databases
    • Share with others
    Image from Berry Medical College Why Cite? Writing and University
  • 6. FYI- University Standards
      • Knowing different styles for different disciplines
      • Knowing how to check yourself
      • Electronic tools
        • RefWorks
        • EndNotes
        • MS Word
        • Zotero
      • Import directly from web pages
      • Import directly from databases
  • 7. Why Cite?
    • Joining the company of writers, creators
    • Not claiming credit for someone’s ideas or research
    • Refindability- others can find your sources
    • Credibility- You have used reliable sources
    • Shows your thinking in the research process
    • Ethical- giving credit for ideas and quotations
  • 8. What to cite
    • Ideas, theories, or research that have influenced your work
    • Author, creator
    • Title of piece of information
    • Where to find it- magazine, web page, distributor, publisher
    • Date of creation
    • Amount of your citation- pages, slides, blog entries
    • Items that you have personally read or viewed
  • 9. What not to cite
    • Common knowledge- this is sometimes difficult to decide with k12 students
    • Encyclopedia knowledge that can be easily found-- ?
    • Your own creations in the project
  • 10. Learning during the process
    • To identify the pieces of what to cite
    • Find the pieces in older formats- book title page
    • Digital media- pieces not as standard
    • Learning not to guess- only state what you can find
    • Identifying pieces that are not findable
    • Worksheet templates are helpful for beginners
  • 11. How to cite: Citation Styles
    • K-12 uses MLA
    • Purdue’s OWL Online help
    • Disciplines have Different Styles
      • APA- education, psych.
      • Chicago/Turabian- history
      • CSE- science
      • Journal specific
  • 12.
    • MLA changed in April 2009
    • Medium source
    • Electronic
  • 13. MLA 7 th edition- changes
    • No more underlining- italics for titles
    • Optional URLS- ask teacher
    • When data is missing- n.d. , n.p., n.pag.
    • Pages- continuation
      • 127-147
      • 5+ (non-continuous)
    • No listing subscribing library for databases
    • Publication medium
      • What kind of source
      • Print, Web, DVD, etc.
    • Medium just before date of access for web
  • 14. K-12 Citations- Electronic Tools
      • Trouble citing some sources
      • Key concepts for citing sources
      • MLA format for K-12
      • Electronic tool comparisons
        • One-time use
        • Registration ease
        • Ads
        • Upgrades
  • 15.  
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  • 17. Noodletools
    • NoodleBib MLA Starter Simple MLA bibliography tool for our youngest scholars (grades 1-5, ESL)
    • NoodleBib Express Individual citations in MLA, APA, or Chicago/Turabian format
    • Subscription: Noodlebib- free trial for this group
  • 18. Noodletools
  • 19. Trial Citation Maker
      • Noodlebib - free one time use but stronger full program
        • Trial for this session
        • Save and manage in folders
        • Teacher/Librarian access for comments or assessment
        • Click on “Create a personal ID”
        • User name: ncce
        • Password trial2010
        • Expires March 31, 2010
        • Thanks to Damon Abilock of Noodletools, Inc.
  • 20. Noodlebib
  • 21. Knight Cite- Calvin College
  • 22. Continuum for Learning
    • Noting who creates information and where it is listed
    • Filling in bibliography sheets about sources
    • How to take notes
      • Quoting
      • Paraphrasing
      • Summarizing
    • Writing after research- thinking time, without notes
    • Annotated Bibliography- importance of different sources
    • Learning in-text citing
  • 23. Continuum for Learning
      • Nauset Public Schools  gr. 1-6
        • Suggested format
        • Adding new requirements leading to a full citation
      • Noodletools - express for younger
      • Nauset Public Schools gr. 7-12 
        • Examples of paraphrasing revisions and comments
        • Show by modeling
        • Show by correct examples, ones with errors
        • Show by fill –in the blank for group work
  • 24.  
  • 25. Son of Citation Machine
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  • 30. Free Plug-in for browser Plug-in for MS Word
  • 31. The Whole Research Picture
      • Wenatchee Online Resources in Big6 Stages
      • Purdue OWL Writing Lab
      • Joyce Valenza- guide
      • Joyce Valenza Research log
      • Noodletools Debbie Abilock
  • 32. Telling the difference
    • Joyce Valenza's summary of summary, paraphrase, and quoting
    • No need to cite common facts and general knowledge- harder with younger children
    • Note taking that involves getting key information
    • Reliability of research sources- evaluating
    • “ Magic of three”- three sources for controversial ideas
    • Perspectives- Factchecked.org
  • 33. Database Help
      • Books- upper right "cite/export"
        • World cat - Citation information for all books, dvds, etc.
        • Wayfinder - Washington State Catalog of multiple libraries- searchable by region- info about the project
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  • 34. Database Citation Information
    • Washington Statewide Databases
      • ProQuest
      • Culturegrams
    • Other common databases
      • World Book Online
      • Discovery Streaming Video
    •  
    • Note at end- citation- should say MLA
    • Pieces of citation information in databases
  • 35. Books to Help
    • Fox, Tom, Julia Johns, and Sarah Jane Keller. Cite it Right : The SourceAid Guide to Citation, Research, and Avoiding Plagiarism . Osterville, Mass.: SourceAid LLC, 2007.
    • Harris, Robert A.,. Using Sources Effectively : Strengthening Your Writing and Avoiding Plagiarism . Los Angeles, CA: Pyrczak Pub., 2002.
    • Lathrop, Ann, and Kathleen Foss. Guiding Students from Cheating and Plagiarism to Honesty and Integrity : Strategies for Change . Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2005.
  • 36. More Sources...
    • Plagiarism-Cheating-Understanding
      • ABC guide for special
      • CQ Researcher 2003
      • Debbie Abilock Ethical Researcher 
      • Fairfield Univ- " You be the Judge"
      • Don't Copy me- considerations in writing and modeling
    • Learning to Write Research
      • Frances Harris Jacobson- lessons from U Chicago Lab School
      • Joyce Valenza's Springfield High site 
      • Joyce Valenza's Research Log Template 
      • Arlington, MA  Communicate and Cite
      • OSLIS - Oregon tools 
      • Noodletools - Debbie Abilock
  • 37. Online Tools to Teach
    • Quiz 6 - online section with answers
    • Quiz with answers at bottom
    • Citation game UW (both APA and MLA choices)
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  • 38. Learning Resources Librarian Eastern Washington University Thanks