Reality Check! Evaluating Online Information 2008
Reality Check! Evaluating Online Information has been updated to reflect changes to URLs that are cited.Reality Check! includesa PowerPoint presentation for in-class discussion an Independent Study Unit with interactive assignments an extensive Teacher’s Guide with handouts and assignment sheets In seven easy-to-use modules Reality Check! teaches students to:evaluate the accuracy of online information consider the pros and cons of the Internet for research investigate who’s behind a Web site examine bias and purpose in Web site content optimize online searches reflect on copyright and plagiarism
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