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Web Literacy: 21 Slides to 21st Century Learners

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Transcript of Web Literacy: 21 Slides to 21st Century Learners

What
is
web literacy?
Taking a closer look at Googling
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What they may not know:
Digital Literacy and the Internet Generation

created by Naomi Bates
media library specialist, Northwest High School
Justin, TX 76247
05/04/2012

Let's Do Some Searching!
Q: How many websites do most students look
at before they are done searching?
Q: Within the first page, what do most Google
searches have in common, even though the
search topics are completely different?
Types of extensions -Do you know them?
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Anatomy of a URL:
transfer protocol
domain name
punctuation
extensions
folders
Understanding URLs
Bermese Mountain Dog
Websites:The good, bad and ugly
Just Google it!
Go to Google: search a famous inventor, look at the results...
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a domain name is the central part of the URL

an extension gives added information
folders show different types of information within the domain or website
Betts, Shannon Nelson, MLS, MAT.
Evaluating Information Sources.
http://www.post.edu/maincampus/library/Evaluating%20Information%20Sources.pdf
accessed May 2, 2012.
Wikipedia
Revisionism
Biomes
more sites: http://www.shsu.edu/~lis_mah/documents/TCEA/hoaxtable.html

http://www.museumofhoaxes.com
Read URL
REAL
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Read the URL
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REAL
Examine content

Ask about authority

Look at links
Examine content
Ask about authority

Look at links
Read the URL
REAL
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Examine content
Ask about authority
Look at links
Read the URL

Examine Content

Ask about authority
REAL
Look at links
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Evaluating a Website
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To hone in on a site, here's a tip:
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Search Engine Command
Google: Mars
how many hits on Google?
how do you direct students to validated information?
Evaluating content on the web and using critical thinking skills to determine if it is reliable or valid.
Who needs to know web literacy?
It's the "trickle down" theory....
it has to start with teachers first
.com
.org
.edu
.k12
.sch
.ac
.gov
.net
.mil
.ca
.za
.cn
.uk
.jp
.mx
.es
.in
.us
.il
.au
.fr
Hitler’s Last Testament
http://www.fpp.co.uk/Hitler/docs/Testament/byGenoud.html
Who was the first
president of Texas?
Let's Google it...
http://descy.50megs.com/akcj3/bmd.html
The Onion - America's Finest News Source
www.theonion.com
DHMO.org
http://www.dhmo.org/truth/Dihydrogen-Monoxide.html
REALLY using Google -
Not just searching in it
http://www.hackcollege.com/blog/2011/11/23/infographic-get-more-out-of-google.html
Look out for a personal page!

A name (such as smith)
Tilde (~)
Percent sign (%)
The words people, users, or members
/ indicates another level or folder
The Trinity...
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How many? The numbers...
As of March 2012, there are 644 million active websites on the Internet according to Netcraft.


The March numbers were up by 31.4 million (5.1%) over last month.


Plus, nearly six million domain names were added to the Internet in the fourth quarter of 2011, bringing the total to 225 million domain names worldwide, says VeriSign.


Read more: http://articles.businessinsider.com/2012-03-08/tech/31135231_1_websites-domain-internet#ixzz1wNYLE3RX
Gale Virtual Reference:
5,029 titles (e-books
Facts on File: 12 databases
The World and I:
Five curriculum pages; The World and I full e-magazine from 1986
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Use this to validate a URL -
Remove slashes until you get to the domain name.
Truncating a URL
Google: Facts about Women and AIDS
Contrary to popular belief (or word of mouth) Google Images can be copyrighted!
What About Images and Music?
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There is a simple solution -
Advanced Searching!
More about Images
There are several sites
that offer quality images
for projects besides Google

Wikimedia Commons
Morguefile
The Clip Archive
Imagebase
Openphoto
always check on licensing and/or Creativecommons
licensing
http://morguefile.com/archive/display/579224
What is the copyright rule for music?
"No more than 10% of a song can be used
under fair use."
Onto Music...
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What about putting it on the web?
Students can use 10% of a song, but
cannot add a download of that song
What if I own it on my iTunes et al?
You don't own that music, you bought
exclusive rights for individual use.
I want to use more than 10% for a project.
Can I?
Sure you can! Most royalty fees for popular music is around 275.00 per song with permission from the owner/company
YES!!
Is there any music free out there?!
Purple planet
Incompetech
Freestock music
Josh Woodard music
Using the information given, create a presentation for your students and/or faculty to share.
Your assignment, should you
choose to accept it....
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Include:
Why web literacy is critical in education
How to evaluate a website
Tricks/tips to analyze a website
Add images and/or music
Reasons why Google isn't enough
What databases provide
three-five informational slides
any videos that reflect your presentation
Resources Used
and additional resources
on web literacy
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RESOURCES USED:

November, Alan. 2008. Web literacy for Educators. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, 2008.

"Infographic: Get More Out of Google." http://www.hackcollege.com/blog/2011/11/23/infographic-get-more-out-of-google.html
Accessed May 30, 2012

Betts, Shannon Nelson, MLS, MAT.
Evaluating Information Sources.
http://www.post.edu/maincampus/library/Evaluating%20Information%20Sources.pdf
accessed May 2, 2012.

"Determining Website Credibility." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKVL1ehDQB0 Accessed May 2, 2012

"Why Can't I Just Google?" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N39mnu1Pkgw&feature=related Accessed May 2, 2012
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
"Internet safety and web literacy." https://teachertech2.wikispaces.com/file/view/Web+Literacy.pdf Accessed May 16, 2012

"Book Trailer Resources." http://www.livebinders.com/play/play_or_edit?id=13228 Accessed May 2, 2012

Valenza, Joyce and Doug Johnson. "See Sally Research: Evolving notions of information literacy." http://media-center.concord.chs.schoolfusion.us/modules/locker/files/get_group_file.phtml?fid=10567549&gid=750810 Accessed May 2, 2012.

Bell, Mary Ann. "Teaching Web Evaluation Using Hoax Sites." http://www.shsu.edu/~lis_mah/documents/TCEA/hoaxtable.html Accessed May 16, 2012
http://www.nisdtx.org/Page/3587
Search Engines
Databases
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Black_boxing_gloves.jpg
http://www.allaboutexplorers.com
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