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  1. The Paperless Research Paper: From Soup to Nuts Carol Gaughran, MLS Glen Cove, NY All images in this presentation were found using CreativeCommons.org & Google Images – Advanced Search

  2. Standards – Which to Choose

  3. Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects 6–1 • Grades 6–8 students:

  4. Who are the Players?

  5. Teachers

  6. Parents

  7. Students

  8. Tech Services

  9. Safety Net – Who Can Help?

  10. Access Issues

  11. Give directions for each step

  12. Web Based Resources

  13. Google Sites

  14. Search without Fair Use Filter

  15. Search with Fair Use Filter

  16. Free isn’t always better

  17. Where to Start?

  18. LMC Home Page

  19. Assignment Page

  20. Assignment Page with Attachments

  21. Student Research

  22. Student Note Page

  23. Student Dashboard

  24. Student Dashboard Teacher’s notes to student

  25. Attachments Student Wiki Page Student sources Teacher notes to student Student note to teacher Rough draft

  26. Revisions

  27. Never post anything unless you want to sit next to your grandmother while she reads it on the cover of the New York Times

  28. Writing Process