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This is a guest post from Rebecca Johnson. Both Diigo and Jing have been written about on numerous occasions here at the Free Technology for Teachers blog, but I wanted to share my experiences using both tools when grading assignments. I teach an information literacy course for the college where I work as a librarian. This course requires students to create an annotated bibliography as their final project; but there’s one issue that I continually run into time and time again - students would submit their sources throughout the quarter, but when it came time to put the bibliography together, they never could find their sources again which left them scrambling to search for additional content. Grading Made Easy with Diigo & Jing
Sound Advice: Evaluating Web Sites
Determining Website Credibility
Subjects Educational Technology Grade Brief Description Students learn the six criteria for evaluating Web sites and then use those criteria to locate three sites that provide good information and three that do not. Objectives Evaluating Web Sites: A Middle School Lesson Plan
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Teaching Today | How-To Articles | Evaluating Web Sites-Five Basic Criteria With its growing accessibility , the Internet has becomes a vital source for research.
Lesson 1: Criteria for Evaluating Web Sites When making a decision to buy something, you ask yourself several questions: Can I afford it? Is it good quality?
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The Inquiry Chart (I-chart) is a strategy that enables students to gather information about a topic from several sources. Teachers design the I-chart around several questions about a topic. Students read or listen to several sources on the topic and record answers to the posed questions within the I-chart. Students generate a summary in the final row. Different answers from various perspectives can be explored as a class. Inquiry Chart | Classroom Strategies
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Sunday, May 6, 2012 8:15 am, Posted by | Updates Topics: , , , , , , I’ve been completely obsessed with Google’s new mini-site devoted to finding better ways to incorporate proper web searches into the classroom.
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