“All ideas are second hand, consciously and unconsciously drawn from a million outside sources.” – Mark Twain
It might be every student’s least favorite part of a project, but, as an educator, you know it’s important. Giving credit to other people’s work and citing original sources is still imperative, but no doubt trickier in today’s environment of cheap, quick and easy internet information.
Remind your students that just because they are now using electronic, internet resources to write and publish their research paper, the same “old school” citation and bibliography rules still apply.
There are a few ways to insert citations and bibliography information into bulb. Some of these are:
Want to see citations in action? Click here to check out this great example: