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2017 AASL National Conference

Literacies for Research: Teaching Students How to Research Successfully in a Digital Landscape


Nov 11, 2017 10:40am ‐ Nov 11, 2017 11:40am



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Description

Teaching students to accept that the easiest path is not always the best path, to read critically, analyze evidence, and challenge assumptions is thorny. Students directed to focus on ethical use, audience, and impact when publishing their learning often ignore those prescriptions. Yet students need digital, media, and global literacy, In this session, presenters will highlight effective and engaging instructional strategies to help learners master them.

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Beth Vance
7/13/20 8:37 pm

I was disappointed that the slides stopped midway through the presentation, and even the handout did not contain all the slides the presenters referred to.

Nura Agzamova
10/22/21 3:03 pm

Really great presentation, thanks so much for keeping the padlet up, it was really nice to see what people posted during the session. I also appreciated the strategies that teach students to formulate questions. It was was definitely something new for me. The only issue with the video was that about 35 minutes into the session the video recording continued with the available handout's last slide, but it sounded like the presenters referred to some other document. It would definitely be great to see that other file from the workshop. Once again, thanks a lot for this resource, most links are still current!