Notetaking PDF Print E-mail

Quality note-taking is crucial to doing a History Fair project. Some schools may require Cornell Notes or may have their own note-taking systems.

We highly recommend that schools take advantage of the FREE version of NOODLE TOOLS, available through NHD. See improvements in student note-taking, citation and bibliography-making, tasking--and, for the teacher, feedback and management of student work.

Here are additional forms that students and teachers find very useful. Read below or download the PDF.

Plagiarism PDF Print E-mail

What is Plagiarism and How to Avoid It

Plagiarism, the use of other peoples' work without credit, is an activity that History Fair students should avoid at all costs. It is a form a cheating that can result in a failing grade in a class or disqualification of a History Fair project. Sometimes plagiarism occurs because people just do not know better or engage in sloppy note-taking. Innocence, however is no excuse. Frankly, it is embarrassing to get caught-and in some cases, can affect a student's career.


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