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College & Career Readiness: Researching, Evaluating, & Citing

Strategies, digital tools, and online sites for finding, evaluating, and citing information.

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Overview

Whether they will be researching material for a college paper or trying to locate and evaluate information on the job, students need to develop the critical thinking and problem-solving skills required to effectively find and evaluate information. While students may think they know how to use the Internet, it can often be difficult to sift through the sheer volume of information to find accurate, quality information. This toolkit contains webinars that will discuss using critical thinking skills to separate fact from fiction while evaluating and integrating sources. Discover a variety of strategies, digital tools, and online sites that can be used to find information, as well as tools that can help easily cite and give credit to those sources.

Details

Subject: SimpleK12 Assignments
Categories: Bundles & Toolkits, College & Career Readiness

Contents

  • College & Career Readiness: Researching, Evaluating, & Citing
Using Critical Thinking Skills to Separate Fact from Fiction on the Internet
Do your students sometimes have difficulty separating fact from fiction and distinguishing good sites from bad on the Internet?more...
Helping to Meet Common Core: Finding, Evaluating, and Integrating Sources
Throughout the Common Core Standards, students are expected to find, evaluate, and integrate sources for informational text, and it is our job as educators to help students become actively involved in evaluating information and creating their own knowledge.more...
Digital Differentiation - Digital Tools for Finding Information
Do your students find it difficult to process and sift through a lot of Internet information to find what they need?more...
Google Search: 10 Tips to Help Your Students Search Smarter!
Students today have access to unlimited information via the Internet, but do they know how to find information?more...
Where in the World Can I Find Primary Sources?
Asking questions, making connections, and creating comparisons are concepts that repeat throughout the Common Core Standards.more...
Cite This: Two Free Tools that Make Citing Sources Easy!
Are you frustrated with the citations and bibliographies that students turn in - or worse yet, that they fail to turn in?more...

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My favorite was the 10 Google search tips. I have shared these with many teachers and students.
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