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New PEW report tells us how teens do research in a digital world ...

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At the same time, 76% of teachers surveyed “strongly agree” with the assertion that internet search engines have conditioned students to expect to be able to find information quickly and easily. Large majorities also ...
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Information Literacy Weblog: Academic integrity: Ryerson's site ...

Information Literacy Weblog: Academic integrity: Ryerson's site ... | Information Literacy for Secondary Schools | Scoop.it
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New PEW report tells us how teens do research in a digital world ...

New PEW report tells us how teens do research in a digital world ... | Information Literacy for Secondary Schools | Scoop.it
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Build Citations Directly from Google Scholar | Active Learning

Build Citations Directly from Google Scholar | Active Learning | Information Literacy for Secondary Schools | Scoop.it
... to keep the focus on why we cite, not the mechanics. Thoughts? This entry was posted in Citation, Google, Information Literacy. Bookmark the permalink. ← Video: Mozilla Popcorn: Video Editor with Real-Time Web Feeds ...
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Teach1-1: How to do research using the Internet?

... non-biased, up to date and relevant information for a project you have been set? Effective internet research skills forms part of our digital literacy programme and we have a responsibility to guide our students to become internet-savvy users.
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Why “Googling It” Is Not Enough | MindShift

Why “Googling It” Is Not Enough | MindShift | Information Literacy for Secondary Schools | Scoop.it
PROMOTE DIGITAL LITERACY — AND TRADITIONAL LITERACY, TOO. In the Pew survey, a majority of teachers agreed that “today's technologies make it harder for students to find credible sources of information.
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