How to Cite Information from the Internet

Much of the information students  use in their research papers come from internet and be it  a blog post, an email, or wiki entry, students need to properly cite and document their sources as is recommended by the citation format embraced by their professor or teacher. MAL and APA are two of the most frequently used citation styles but most high schools use MLA. You can use the poster with your students in class or share it on your blog as long as you do not charge people for it and as long as you credit Educational Technology and Mobile Learning as being the original source.

Read the entire article by Med Kharbach on Educational Technology and Mobile Learning at http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2014/01/excellent-classroom-poster-on-how-to.html

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