How the Web Destroys the Quality of Students' Research Paper

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How the Web Destroys the Quality of Students’ Research Papers In the article “How the Web Destroys the Quality of Students’ Research Papers”, David Rothenberg argues that the qualities of undergraduate’s papers have been reducing because of overuse of the internet. Accordingly his article, Rothenberg tells us that mostly students, who find information from the Web, is based on fundamental facts. First, he points that there are only articles or information on the bibliography cites and those information are out dated, he sees one of his student’s work that his resource has been published for a long time. He also discovers most of the students’ works are very cleanly and analysis it nicely, but actually the details that his student give are not related to the material; it jumps on and off on the topics. Moreover, students do not try to proof read their assignment before they hand it out. Besides he complained about students pay less attention on proof reading, he criticizes that students always try to copy and paste the original work from the Internet. He understands that technology can help everyone, and it makes human’s life efficiently. However, he thinks human should not apply their material which find on the Internet because some of those resource are very fundamental. At last, he believes that libraries and instructors should be responsible for teaching students how to do their research by using books to leads them have enthusiasm on their studies. Response: After I finished the article, I totally agree what the author says in the article, because sometimes I use outdated resources try to save more time or if I cannot find any resources better than it. For instance, when I did my environmental science project in previous quarter, my groupmates and I do not know which biology or environmental science books should we read and take it as a reference. So, we

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