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Dennis O'Connor considers the power of 'authorship' and the implications of Web 2.0 technology when it connects with curriculum.Podcast with Will Richardson
Will Richardson, author of the popular blog weblogg-ed.com, talks with Dan Balzer about collaboration and online communities.
In this conversation with Joyce Valenza we talk all about Web 2.0 - what it is, how to evaluate Web 2.0 resources and how far the Internet has come in 10 years.
Blogs are essentially primary sources and require new types of examination. Joyce provides questions searchers can ask about the credibility of blogs and bloggers.
Ryan Deschamps, author of The Other Librarian Blog, tackles Web 2.0, information authority and the role of the public librarian.Creating Safe Searches
This tutorial demonstrates how to create a customized search engine.
Doug Johnson weighs the pros and cons of using Wikipedia in school.
This quick introduction to using Wikipedia as an instructional resource includes school and university projects, an educational template and suggested exercises.
This guide provides recommendation for using Flash games in this Kit with students.
Some quick tips for discovering who is creating all this Web 2.0 information and whether there is any real substance to back up their ideas and opinions.
Find a blogger who talks about the top ten things he's learned from T-ball players.
This assessment and performance rubric are based on Joyce Valenza's questions to ask about blogs and bloggers.
This assessment is aimed at students' abilities to recognize relevant information in snippets obtained from Google Blog Search, Technorati and Blogpulse.
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You are invited to join our new Information Fluency Group on The TeacherLibrarian Ning.
21CIF joined forces with Joyce Valenza and the TeacherLibrarian SNing to build a professional social networking group for educators interested in information fluency, educational technology and library media studies. This is a way for us to talk, share ideas, and exchange resources. Help us help you!