Author: Sara Armstrong
Publisher: Shell Educational Publishing; 2nd ed. edition (January 2004)
Category: Communication & Journalism
Size Fb2: 1953 kb
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Sara Armstrong, Ph.D., is an educator, author, consultant, and speaker. In this book, she provides educators with strategies and activities to help students achieve information literacy. She presents a wealth of information, including the following:
--techniques and strategies for searching the Internet --criteria for judging whether or not Web sites are trustworthy --tips for using primary sources in the classroom --views of several graphic organizers --guidelines for developing project-based learning projects --"The Educator's Guide to Copyright and Fair Use" by Hall Davidson --a comparison of situations that call for simply citing sources vs. situations in which permission should be requested --valuable lists of resources