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Sep 29, 2010, 10:04:52 PM9/29/10
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From: "Kathy Laney" <lan...@hicksvilleschools.org>

I teach high school biology, and I am collaborating with the English
teacher for our science fair projects. I have an annotated note reference
sheet that I have always had the students complete, but she would like to
do the traditional notecards. Does anyone know of a good online notecard
generator? I found several bibliography generators, but I would like
something useful that the students can type info into. Any ideas would be
greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Kathy Laney
Hicksville HS
HSTW National Pacesetter School
Hicksville, OH

lan...@hicksvilleschools.org

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Sep 30, 2010, 7:05:22 AM9/30/10
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From: "Catherine Murphy" <catherin...@gmail.com>

I found a few on this
site<http://web20guru.wikispaces.com/Web+2.0+Resources>under
"Assessment and Evaluation." I've not used them, but Flashcard
Exchange (www.flashcardexchange.com) seems pretty user friendly. They have
several already made for Biology.

Catherine Murphy
M.Ed. Educational Technology Student
University of South Carolina

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Sep 30, 2010, 11:41:28 PM9/30/10
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From: "Kathy Laney" <lan...@hicksvilleschools.org>

I love these websites and will certainly use them, but they are more for
flashcards. What I really want is a website where they can enter the
bibliographic information, add notes, and generate a bibliography. I know
that is asking a lot, but I am hoping that is already available somewhere.
Thanks.
Kathy Laney
lan...@hicksvilleschools.org

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Oct 2, 2010, 11:42:15 AM10/2/10
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From: "Reardon Offerman, Theresa" <t...@moundsparkacademy.org>

The librarians at our school use NoodleBib. http://www.noodletools.com/
This tool has accurate MLA, APA, and Chicago/Turabian bibliography composer
with fully-integrated note-taking. Hope this helps. theresa
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Theresa Reardon Offerman
Mathematics Department
5-12 Technology Coordinator

Mounds Park Academy
2051 Larpenteur Ave. E.
St. Paul, MN 55109
651-777-2555 (voice) 651-777-8633 (fax)


> From: "Kathy Laney" <lan...@hicksvilleschools.org>
>
> I love these websites and will certainly use them, but they are more for
> flashcards. What I really want is a website where they can enter the
> bibliographic information, add notes, and generate a bibliography. I know
> that is asking a lot, but I am hoping that is already available somewhere.
> Thanks.
> Kathy Laney
> lan...@hicksvilleschools.org
>

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Oct 2, 2010, 11:42:44 AM10/2/10
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From: "Diane McCormack" <dmcco...@affton.k12.mo.us>

These are my favorite online citation sources

http://easybib.com/MyBib/step2.php

http://citationmachine.net/

>From: "Kathy Laney" <lan...@hicksvilleschools.org>
>
>I love these websites and will certainly use them, but they are more for
>flashcards. What I really want is a website where they can enter the
>bibliographic information, add notes, and generate a bibliography. I know
>that is asking a lot, but I am hoping that is already available somewhere.
>Thanks.
>Kathy Laney
>lan...@hicksvilleschools.org

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Oct 2, 2010, 11:42:53 AM10/2/10
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From: "Susan Maiers" <SMa...@gsl.k12.mn.us>

Easybib is one; citationmaker is another that might help.
Check the link to my bookmarked sites on bibliography
http://www.delicious.com/maierss/bibliography
Sue Maiers
SMa...@gsl.k12.mn.us

> From: "Kathy Laney" <lan...@hicksvilleschools.org>
>
> I love these websites and will certainly use them, but they are more for
> flashcards. What I really want is a website where they can enter the
> bibliographic information, add notes, and generate a bibliography. I know
> that is asking a lot, but I am hoping that is already available
> somewhere.
> Thanks.
> Kathy Laney
> lan...@hicksvilleschools.org

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Oct 2, 2010, 11:43:08 AM10/2/10
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From: "Art Wolinsky" <awol...@3dwriting.com>

HI Kathy,

It looks as if NoodleBib will do the trick, but it's not free.
http://www.noodletools.com/tools/index.php

It's $60 a year for a teacher and her students. You can request a free
trial.

Art

>From: "Kathy Laney" <lan...@hicksvilleschools.org>
>
>I love these websites and will certainly use them, but they are more for
>flashcards. What I really want is a website where they can enter the
>bibliographic information, add notes, and generate a bibliography. I know
>that is asking a lot, but I am hoping that is already available somewhere.
>Thanks.
>Kathy Laney
>lan...@hicksvilleschools.org

Art Wolinsky
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Educational Technology Director - WiredSafety.org
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I will surely learn a great deal today.

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Oct 2, 2010, 11:33:19 PM10/2/10
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From: "Ammar Elhassan Elmerhbi" <mram...@gmail.com>

HI,
YOu can try zotero <http://zotero.com/> " a free, easy-to-use *Firefox
extension* to help you *collect, manage, cite, and share* your research
sources. It lives right where you do your work—in the *web browser* itself.
"

YOu can also try evernote <http://www.evernote.com/>. Students can take
notes and capture information on the web.

Other web-based, desktop application are too advanced for a high school
students.

Ammar Elhassan ElMerhbi
mailto: ammar...@eductechalogy.org
Website: http://eductechalogy.org
Professional Blog: http://call4teachers.blogspot.com

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> From: "Kathy Laney" <lan...@hicksvilleschools.org>
>


> I teach high school biology, and I am collaborating with the English
> teacher for our science fair projects. I have an annotated note reference
> sheet that I have always had the students complete, but she would like to
> do the traditional notecards. Does anyone know of a good online notecard
> generator? I found several bibliography generators, but I would like
> something useful that the students can type info into. Any ideas would be
> greatly appreciated. Thank you.
> Kathy Laney
> Hicksville HS
> HSTW National Pacesetter School
> Hicksville, OH
>
> lan...@hicksvilleschools.org
>
> "You only get one life to live, so live it well."

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