[OZTL_NET] Referencing skills
dabilock at gmail.com
Thu Oct 10 17:45:03 AEDT 2013
Here are sets of differentiated tutorials which you can teach from or have
students go through - or embed - which address identifying source-types.
This is especially troublesome for students because database versions of
magazines or newspapers have lost both context and visual cues (e.g.,
advertisements, color). There are also gray areas - because a number of
news sites use blog software. For example, are they Web pages (online news
is cited as a Web page) or blog posts in Huff Post (which started out as a
series of blogs).
You can embed them into Web pages - here are instructions:
Smart tools, smart research, smart teaching
Abilock, Debbie, Kristin Fontichiaro, and Violet H. Harada, eds. Growing
Schools: Librarians as Professional Developers. Santa Barbara: Libraries
Unlimited-ABC CLIO, 2012.
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[mailto:oztl_net-bounces at lists.oztlnet.com] On Behalf Of Amanda Jane
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Subject: [OZTL_NET] Referencing skills
I find that my students (Year 12) often have trouble identifying the type of
resource they have with regard to web-based information.
Does anyone have any resources/suggestions on assisting students (all ESL)
with identifying the different types of web based resources e.g. the
difference between an online news article and a blog post.
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