Anytime an educator assigns a research paper to students, it can be pretty entertaining to see the websites they cite. Students often have a tough time deciphering credible websites from non-credible. Well, Google Scholar is here to help them with this issue. Google Scholar searches educational and academic journals, theses, and publications.
It can also help students keep tracks of citations with amazing ease, which I am sure will come to the delight of many a teacher. So the next time you give out a research project, be sure to introduce students to Google Scholar.
This is an AMAZING cite for our research. Solid, credible sources...but the REAL help for students is also that it shows them the actual citation for their Work's Cited pages...in MLA OR APA format! This would be GREAT for our science classes as well, as they do APA which students need a little extra help with, yet we do not cover teaching that format in our English classes. NICE!
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