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Paul Beaufait

How can I tell if a website is credible? - 7 views

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    This webpage suggests six factors to consider when assessing website credibility, and adds, "If you are unsure whether the site you're using is credible, verify the information you find there with another source you know to be reliable" (retrieved 2016.12.22).
Paul Beaufait

What's Up with QR Codes: Best Tools & Some Clever Ideas - Learning in Hand - 12 views

  • My favorite app that scans QR codes continues to be i-nigma
  • I almost always create QR codes on a desktop or laptop computer.
  • Creating on a computer in the first place eliminates the extra steps of having to transfer it.
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    Tony Vincent (2014.09.24) recommended code readers, a label printer, and code-making sites.
Paul Beaufait

CALL4ALL.us World CALL Language Links Library - 4 views

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    "Call4All.us provides links and information related to language learning" (quick Site Overview).
Maria Rosario Di Mónaco

8 Websites to Create Animated GIF Online - 11 views

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    8 Websites to Create Animated GIF Online
Paul Beaufait

LEO: Assessing the credibility of online sources - 0 views

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    Thanks again, Joao!
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    Guidelines for assessing credibility of online sources AFTER making sure teachers permit their use in your academic work--last updated in 2005, by Judith Kilborn (2008.08.25), who recommends a Webliography of Validating Web Sits for further information: http://web.stcloudstate.edu/jmkilborn/webvalidation.html
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