All educators battle with 'research' on the Internet vs 'copying' from the Internet. Scoop.it! is not only a good way for any individual to create archives of notated information, but a super way for collaborative work by students on a topic being studies. Students like it because they can present something that has the original article (clickable for full read) as well as their personal comments on this article and why it was chosen to add to this particular Scoop. Their insights accompanying the article can reveal a depth of thinking that is usually missing in other presentations.
Here's an example: a group of high school freshmen created this Scoop when studying healthy lifestyles for teens. http://www.scoop.it/t/good-life-101