ORGANIZING & CITING
Citation Machine: http://www.citationmachine.net/
Citation Machine helps students properly credit the information they use. Its primary goal is to make it so easy for student researchers to cite their information sources, that there is virtually no reason not to because someday the information that someone else wants to use will be yours!
EasyBib Bibliography Creator for Google Docs:
The Bibliography Creator by EasyBib allows you to easily create a bibliography for your research paper. Automatically cite books, journal articles, and websites just by entering in the titles or URLs. Formats citations in MLA, APA, and Chicago style. When your finished creating your bibliography, click Generate Bibliography and we'll alphabetize your citations and add them to the end of your paper.
Collect, nurture, and share ideas across desktop and mobile platforms with Evernote. Your thoughts are always with you, always accessible, always in sync.
A free service that offers a set of tools for highlighting, annotating, and bookmarking webpages. Scrible offers browser bookmarklets for Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer. With the Scrible bookmarklet installed, anytime you're on a page just click the bookmarklet to launch a menu of bookmarking tools. The Scrible tool set includes highlighters, sticky notes, and font change tools. When you annotate and bookmark a page in Scrible it is saved as it appeared to you when you were done altering it. Students can get a free Scrible account that has double the storage capacity of the standard free account!
WEB 2.0 Cool Tools for Schools: http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/Presentation+Tools
A collaborative collection of digital tools to help you present your research findings. Create a video, a collage, a slide presetation, and more to display your topic and information to present or share with your peers and teachers!
Glogster lets you create online multimedia posters. Combine all kinds of media on one page and create fantastic posters that really tell the story.You can choose the free version or purchase a subscription for more features. Students can then create posters, called glogs, that include images, videos, audio and other interactive elements to help present their information.