Crosscurricular: Who's the Judge? Evaluating Internet Sites

Antis, Barbara
May 2006
School Library Media Activities Monthly;May2006, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p11
Presents an educational activity for grades 6-8 students to develop their capability to evaluate the accuracy and usefulness of Internet sites. Library media skills and curriculum objectives; Recommended information resources; Procedures for the completion of the activity.


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