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Balancing Research

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Connie Joyce

on 15 August 2016

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Transcript of Balancing Research

Using OnlineDatabases
Credible, peer-reviewed articles from books, academic journals, magazines, and newspapers.
Collaborate with Your
Teacher Librarian
Using the Open Internet
CJUHSD Teacher Librarians
Integrated with
Google Drive/Classroom
Includes MLA
source
citation
C--Currency
How current is the info?
R--Reliability
How reliable is the info? Biased vs. objective
A--Authority
Who is the author/affiliation?
P--Purpose
What is the purpose?
Mini-Lessons:
Gathering information
Citing sources (including multimedia!)
Internet credibility
Databases
Google integration
We're mobile--have knowledge, will travel
1. Have you ever required students to find information online?
2. Have you ever required students to use images in presentations?
Death, Taxes, and Google
3. Where are they accessing this information?
Information
Images
Not
authoritative
Simply a
Google search.
Wikipedia
Google Scholar:

Scholarly publications
Often must be purchased
Works Cited
"Copyright and Fair Use Animation." Common Sense Media. 2016. https://www.commonsensemedia.org/videos.
Waghorn, Leslie. "Scully Says 'What?'" The ScienticParent.org, 10 Feb. 2016. http://thescientificparent.org/scully-says-what/.
Balancing Information and Ethical Use
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