Recently I had one of the 6th grade teams to come in for a workshop on the research process. I reviewed the three electronic forms of information(search engines, databases, and communication tools), provided tips to narrow down search results, gave an overview of Georgia’s GALILEO database, talked about strategies to evaluate the information they find online, defined plagiarism, provided tips to help prevent plagiarism, and discussed the procedure for citing resources. After the lesson, students were to research to find an article on an archaeological dig and print it out. They had to read and take notes on a Who? What? When? Where? form. Finally, students were to use their notes sheet to type a summary of the article in Word.