You must use at least six secondary sources to help you support and develop your thesis, and your sources must be documented according to MLA standards. Note than the play itself is your primary source and does not count as a secondary source. Some or all of the secondary sources you use in your paper may be from the Norton Critical Edition of Hamlet. You may use Internet sources, but the credibility of your sources will be a factor in determining the research paper grade.
* Instead of using note cards and bibliography cards, you may use a different method for taking notes and for recording bibliographic information after getting the instructor's approval. Without prior approval, the note cards and bibliography cards are required.
Also, Someecards had this idea in 2007.As for the value of its verification process, as the noted, Daou and crew have not elaborated on “how or who would be fact-checking the work.” Since Verrit generates static images, it’s not clear anyone who stumbles across its content will actually have any interest in writing down the codes to verify said content on its page—even generously assuming the Verrit card has original information worth verifying in the first place, and not just random quips and observations pulled from Wikiquote.The , a left-wing satirical group which recently joined Twitter, has already made a which allows anyone to create fake cards indistinguishable from the real ones.
They could highlight the portion of the page that they think would be useful & then have to add a recap in the annotation.
Here are a few other links about digital notecards:
And since they're already using Google Docs, Google Docs could be their note taking tool too as Alan said - use a document or set up a template in a Google Presentation with each slide being a notecard.
None of these solutions solves "copy and paste" though - that's a different issue.
Your essay must be an expression of your own thinking, not a patchwork of borrowed ideas. Plan therefore to invest your research time in understanding your sources and integrating them into your own thinking. Your note cards or note sheets will record only ideas that are relevant to your focus on the topic; and they will mostly summarize rather than quote.