Don’t let the research stop now that we’re remote learning. Scrible is a powerful research tool that helps you and your students organize their research. To determine if this is a good research resource for next year, we are conducting a Scrible Edu for Educators trial through July 1st.
Students are able to save, annotate, and cite their sources right in Scrible. Teachers are able to check students’ progress by setting benchmarks for their assignments. Scrible works great with Google, by using the Scrible extension so students can save and annotate any article on the web. Scrible even has an add on for google docs so students can write their paper and have access to all their sources and annotations.
For more information on how Scrible works check out this video:
It's easy to register. Just follow these directions:
If you're new to Scrible, sign up here and …
Need help setting up Scrible? Email Barb (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Hannah (email@example.com) or check out Scrible’s getting started guide for more information about this resource.
To determine interest and how the products would be used for next year, please fill out this form after you have had a chance to use this site.
Don’t forget! As you continue to create and/or modify research projects for your class, Hannah or I are available to help with your database searching or by creating a libguide!
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