It is very important that students learn to be responsible when using technology. Students often commit plagerism* unintentionally. This can be avoided by creating a works cited page*. Here are some tools to help your student cite their source so that they won't be guilty of plagerizing. Click on the headings in green for help citing your source.
*Plagerism - The practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own. *Works Cited Page - A works cited page is a list of citations located at the end of a written work. A works cited page only contains citations for resources cited by an author within the body of his/her work.