If you’re like me, you remember pulling out dusty journals from the library in your high school or college to write research papers. Today, students have the internet, making the media center an even larger resource than ever before. A recent article on edudemic.com listed the 10 most popular writing resources being used by students. While some of these sites are a great place to start researching a topic, few should be taken as valid sources; and some outright promote plagiarism.
To support students and educators in the electronic age, Atomic Learning has developed a series of workshops on plagiarism and citation. Help your students learn how to properly write a research paper by utilizing the best the internet has to offer—while avoiding the ethical pitfalls. Take a look at these training workshops: