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Online Research Seminar & Tools
Online Research: Powerful Tools to Avoid the Junk
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Today's Projected Outcomes:
1. Commiserate briefly on the status of our students' research skills.
2. Experience the challenge of Internet site credibility.
3. Use three tools that can help sort out core credibility issues.
4. Identify next-step possibilities for integrating these tools into authentic student research.
Part 1 - What's the Problem?
1. STUDENTS are the digital natives...why don't they already know this stuff?
2. Students may know chunks of skills, but have difficulty generalizing the skills across assignments, disciplines, time, etc.
3. Are our students research "wannabees"?
4. What basic skills do both WE and our STUDENTS need, to evolve our practice, given the data sets "out there"?
5. How are we building authentic practice opportunities on the skills that students need?
Part 2 - Let's Take a Look-see at the Tip of the Iceberg
Please go to this link on Martin Luther King Resources.
Part 3 - Let's Use a Few Tools...
Here, click MORE, and then choose WEBMASTER SEARCH.
Part 4 - Ideas about Next Steps...
Ohler,J. (2009). Orchestrating the media collage. Educational Leadership, 66(6), 8-13.
...tools so cool even a puppy can do it :)
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