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anonymous

School libraries and information literacy - 2 views

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    An interesting article found on school libraries and the student research process
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    Thanks for sharing this link. I've marked this assignment as complete on Lore for you.
ruth myers

Drama in Education - Curriculum and Instruction, Education | Questia, Your Online Research Library - 0 views

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    Drama in education is the use of drama techniques to support learning in the classroom. Drama in education was at first called creative dramatics and the founder of the field was Winifred Ward. By creative dramatics she meant a classroom teaching method that emphasizes self-expression, training in spoken English and literature appreciation.
Camilla Elliott

iResearch, The University of Sydney Library - 6 views

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    Research skills in step-by-step process. Covers searching for information, referencing, plagiarism, smart searching.  Provides the option of Flash movie format or print.  Only disadvantage is that movies will not play on iPad without Flash enabled browser.
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    Great site! Thanks for sharing Camilla
nadjaintheworld

comic rocket: a new way to read web comics - 2 views

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    I am a great fan of graphic novels, as are my students! Comic Rockets for readers writers artists takes users to the actual website and helps them find and track web comics. Oh and I found it on a fabulous site www.thelibraryasincubatorproject.org
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    The original link you posted takes us to the article on the incubator site."Incubator" looks like a blog worth exploring! Thanks for sharing the link to the site. I've marked your Diigo assignment as complete on Lore.
Katherine Stevens

Over 5000 historical Novels Listed by Time and Place - 1 views

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    This is a really handy website which I use both personally and professionally. I am really keen on the idea of using fiction to help teach history. I think reading historical fiction helps bring history 'alive' and stimulates an interest in finding out more. Even if the book is not 100% correct it doesn't matter as discovering this is part of the learning process and encourages critical thinking.
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    Thanks, Katherine, a great find! I love the idea of complementing historical studies with the inclusion of historical fiction.
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    That's fantastic! Thanks.
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    A great resource for the library Thanks for sharing. I've marked this assignment as complete on Lore.
lynkenneady

ergo | Research, resources and essay writing - 0 views

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    Ergo is a site containing a great deal of information about Victorian history, including digitised primary resources. It also has tips on research skills and essay writing.
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    Thanks for posting Martina, I've marked Assignment 2 as complete on Lore for you.
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    Seems obvious but I find this an easy to use research tool for a variety of ages.
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    Improve your research, essay writing and study skills, explore Victoria's history, and access over 700 original primary sources you can use in your assignments.
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