The information on this site is bizaar. Unless you gave him specific sites
to go get his information, this site would be a valid source for his report.
I do require my students to use at least 2 different sources and properly
list them on a bibliography page.
Kathy in Kalamazoo
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I would go ahead and give him credit this time for info, but cover yourself next time. Students believe anything they see in print, so if you allow internet info then also have the student validify the web author. I have made a web page with outlandish info on one page then facts on the other, just to show them how easy it is for anybody to create a site. Whenever we do research I allow them 2 internet sites, 2 journals (magazine), 1 reference (encyclopedia), and 1 book. They must find info from each of these before they can submit their papers - this way their info is well rounded.