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Evaluating Internet Resources  

This guide is intended to help teachers understand the factors involved when evaluating Internet search results.
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Understanding the Research Process

Evaluative Resources

Martin Luther King Search


Recognizing Propaganda, Bias...

CRAPpy Song

You might want to use this video with high school students, OR with younger students, this link might work better!


Citation Help--Ethical Use of Information

What better way to have our students think about resources they find--begin by creating a bibliographic citation!  All the elements important to web evaluation (and documentation) are accounted for by finding the author, title, publication information for sources under consideration.

Use Noodletools to create bibliographic citations as the first step in recording your documentation.  Then, use the notetaking feature to keep track of the information you find!

Pingry Manual of Style


Guided Inquiry

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Guided Inquiry - Carol C. Kuhlthau; Ann K. Caspari; Leslie K. Maniotes
Call Number: PROF LB 1060.K84 2007
ISBN: 9781591584353
Publication Date: 2007-10-01
Dr. Kuhlthau's work over many years has focused on teaching students the research process. Guided Inquiry reflects her vast experience, her research, and recent educational theory on how students learn.

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Independent School Libraries - Dorcas Hand (Editor)
Call Number: PROF Z675.S3 I35 2010
ISBN: 9781591588030
Publication Date: 2010-06-01
A series of essays on school librarianship from the independent school perspective, this work offers information to strengthen the partnership of the library and the wider school community.

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Guided Inquiry Design - Carol C. Kuhlthau; Leslie K. Maniotes; Ann K. Caspari
Call Number: PROF LB1060.K83 2012
ISBN: 9781610690096
Publication Date: 2012-06-01
A practical guide to integrate Guided Inquiry into teaching and learning.


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