Researching Effectively through Mobile Devices: Curation and Aggregation
Many schools are beginning to see the potential and effectiveness of using mobile devices to improve literacy, because they get students engaged in skills such as note taking, bookmarking, scanning information, and summarizing large amounts of reading. Mobile devices, such as an iPad or a smartphone, allow learners to develop these literacy skills on the go. In part 2 of this 2-part webinar series, join Shelly Terrell as she covers various aggregation and curation apps and tips, as well as how to use them for assessment.
Although not required, you may also want to view the related webinar: Researching Effectively with Mobile Devices: Note Taking and Bookmarking.
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||Friday, June 7, 2013 @ 11:00 AM EDT
||Internet Searches, Mobile Learning, Tools for Student Projects
||assessment, bookmarking, curation apps, DOL607, Internet Searches, iPads, literacy, mobile devices, Mobile Learning, research, researching