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Ellen Robinette

What is plagarism? - 23 views

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    Plagiarism.org offers printable handouts on plagiarism, proper citation, and paper writing. plagiarism.org/resources/student-materials -- From AASL Tip of the Day
Jennifer Dimmick

ArchivesInfo: What is Information? Teaching Information Skills to High School Students - 38 views

  • On a path to boost student research skills, I have been working with freshmen English teachers and administration to  evaluate the research skills of incoming freshmen. This past week, we had all freshmen classes take an assessment that is considered a standard in this area. (The test shall remain nameless.) Its focus is on particular research skills. It asks questions about things such as Boolean searching, MLA format, etc. etc. I immediately follow the test by teaching a class about information during the second half of the period.
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    Blog post on teaching information literacy to high school students
Anne Weaver

Home - Education (Lesson Planning Resources) - Milne Library Subject Guides at SUNY Gen... - 17 views

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    The Teacher Education Resource Center (TERC), located on Milne Library's Lower Level, offers students a large collection of curriculum resources for preK-12 instruction, including textbooks, videos, puppets, audio and manipulatives, as well as an extensive selection of fiction and non-fiction books for juvenile and young adult readers.
Anthony Beal

Chasing moths | The Lovely Librarian - 21 views

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    This is a very inspiring article for any teacher librarian
Anthony Beal

Classroom Technologies: iPads in Schools - 20 views

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    Advantages and disadvantages
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    Hi Im keen to view the West Country School video but it wont load ...arrgghhh! Thks Dot
Anthony Beal

LILAC 2011 | Presentations - 16 views

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    Papers presented at LILAC 2011 on the LILAC website
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    FAB thks for sharing
Anthony Beal

In Google We Trust: Users' Decisions on Rank, Position, and Relevance - 12 views

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    "An eye tracking experiment revealed that college student users have substantial trust in Google's ability to rank results by their true relevance to the query. When the participants selected a link to follow from Google's result pages, their decisions were strongly biased towards links higher in position even if the abstracts themselves were less relevant. While the participants reacted to artificially reduced retrieval quality by greater scrutiny, they failed to achieve the same success rate. This demonstrated trust in Google has implications for the search engine's tremendous potential influence on culture, society, and user traffic on the Web."
Anthony Beal

New Research from Project Information Literacy, Fall 2011 - YouTube - 10 views

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    How do students manage and use technology at crunch times? What do they do in the library?
Anthony Beal

STUDYBLUE | Make online flashcards & notes. Study anywhere, anytime. - 28 views

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    Students quoted as using this to create flashcards to review on phone in University of Washington report:   http://www.washington.edu/news/articles/college-students-limit-technology-use-during-crunch-time
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