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Page history last edited by Amy Linden 12 years, 6 months ago

 

 

List your school's name, its address, your name, the date, and the library service (below) you're describing. Then tell your story about how what happens in your library program that helps students be more successful.  

 

Library Services:

 

1. Offered a program of curriculum-integrated information literacy instruction.

2. Informally instructed students in the use of resources.

3. Planned or conducted workshops for teachers.

4. Assisted school curriculum committee with recommendations

5. Collaborated with teachers to develop, implement, and evaluate student learning 

6. Provided reference assistance to students and teachers.

7. Provided reading, listening, and viewing guidance for students.

8. Provided instruction on Internet searching and research

9. Other

 

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School Name: Bear River H. S.

School Address: 11130 Magnolia Road

Your Name: Amy Linden

Date: 12/18/08

Library Service: #8 - Internet Searching and Research Instruction

Your story: Every time I deliver a lesson in Internet searching I see an improvement in student research results, and so do their teachers.  They waste less time and find better information.  I deliver a lesson in hoax and biased web sites as well.  Students must visit a site from a list that contains both good quality research sites and some hoax and misleading sites containing very biased information.  Then they complete a web site evaluation and have to decide what is a reliable site and what is not.  Some are obvious, but many are difficult to determine whether they are suitable for academic research or not; this lesson is always an eye-opener for students and their teachers.  I am still surprised how few of the teachers use web evaluation tools in their classrooms, no matter how much I push them!

 

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